Plant University is a website for anyone interested in learning more about plant-based foods and plant-based eating.
Are you completely new to plant-based?
Do you want to learn how to switch part or all of your diet?
Are you a seasoned plant-based eater who wants to take action?
Have general questions about plant-based eating?
Plant University has FREE resources for you to learn, no matter where you are on your plant-based journey.
For your business or organization
Plant University also provides free resources to institutions such as schools, hospitals, and other food service providers. If you are part of an institution in any way (employee, student, customer, etc.), we have resources to help!
If you’re looking to make a commitment to shift your menu or food purchasing towards more plant-based offerings, or to discuss a shift with your school, workplace, or organization, the Plant University team can provide free personalized resources.
Frequently Asked Questions
Plant University not a university. It is a website with free resources open to anyone who would like to learn about eating more plant-based food and advocating for plant-forward policies.
Plant-based refers to products and foods that are made from plants rather than animal products, as well as a diet that is made up of plant-based foods.
Vegan typically refers to an individual’s lifestyle as a whole that seeks to avoid contributing to animal harm, as far as is possible and practical. People who are vegan typically exclude foods, clothing, or other items that are made using animals, such as meat, dairy, eggs, honey, silk, leather, and products tested on animals.
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Plant University is a project of the Vancouver Humane Society. To learn more about the VHS’s work, visit the organization’s main website.