Animal Place’s Farmed Animal Conference E-Summit features 15+ leaders within the animal rights movement – scientists, journalists, filmmakers, activists, CEOs, and more.
We're focused on making positive change, for animals, our planet, and our bodies. And our speakers are going to share their best advice for building our movement, increasing visibility, and supporting each other. We’re also introducing some exciting new concepts in plant-based food, from the soil and from the laboratory.
Purchase a Summit Pack for lifetime access to all the talks and gifts from our guest changemakers.
Featuring Our Panelists
Animal Advocacy & Rock N' Roll
Board Member, Animal Place (Panel Host)
Bassist & Co-Writer, No Doubt and Dreamcar
Lead Vocalist, Arch Enemy
Lead Singer, H2O
Veganism in Plant-Based Business
CEO and Founder, Miyoko's Creamery
Cofounder, Vegan Fried Chicken (VFC)
Featuring Our Guest Experts
Strategies Every Vegan Should Know
Dr. Melanie Joy
Founder, Beyond Carnism
Community Organizing & Activism
Christopher Soul Eubanks
Founder, APEX Advpocacy
Connecting with Non-Vegans Through Educational & Empowering Films
Naomi A. Hallum
Managing Director, Generation Vegan
Marc Bekoff, Ph.D.
Animal Behaviorist and Co-founder of the Ethologists for the Ethical Treatment of Animals
Deputy Director of Investigations, Animal Outlook
Jonathan Balcombe, Ph.D.
Connecting With Today's Youth
Environmental and Animal Rights Activist
US Director, Veganuary
Advocacy through Education
Jeff Sebo, Ph.D.
Director of the Animal Studies, New York University
Andrew Crump, Ph.D.
Biologist, London School of Economics' Foundations of Animal Sentience project
Plant Based Treaty
Director of Communications, Animal Save Movement
Growing the Movement
Executive Director, Factory Farming Awareness Coalition (FFAC)
The Reality of Octopus Farming
Jennifer Jacquet, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, Department of Environmental Studies at New York University
About Animal Place
Animal Place, founded in 1989, is one of the oldest and largest animal sanctuaries in the nation, operating a 600-acre sanctuary in Grass Valley, California, a 12-acre animal shelter in Petaluma, California, and an all-vegan market in Berkeley, California. Animal Place fills a much-needed niche of farmed animal rescue, sanctuary, education, and adoption. Animals arrive from small and large farms, slaughterhouses, research facilities, and neglect or cruelty cases. Just in the past 10 years Animal Place has saved more than 28,000 animals. Animal Place – named best farm sanctuary in the country by Best in Shelter – is a nonprofit 501c3 organization funded by private donors. For more information, visit www.animalplace.org.