Oregon

Vegan Links

Northwest VEG is based in the Portland, OR and Vancouver, WA area. Founded in 2003, we are dedicated to bringing awareness to the power of a plant-based, vegan lifestyle and helping support people in their transition toward making healthier, more sustainable & compassionate food choices.

Vegan Events

This is a foodie event, celebrating the Vegan Lifestyle and an educational experience for those who want to discover more about the many benefits of Vegan Fare & how great it tastes!​

Food & Beverage Vendors will sell, serve, give away or sample healthy vegan food & drink alternatives. VegOut! Scottsdale is a compilation of Vegan food & drink vendors, speakers & vegan-friendly gear including clothing, skin care & artwork. The atmosphere is set with local bands & a DJ. The focus is on local businesses & locally sourced ingredients.

Business

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Influencers

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Hotels and Guest Houses

Want to immerse yourself in the magic of Portland, Oregon? Look no further than its neighborhoods.

And look no further where to stay to enjoy the best of Portland’s neighborhoods than at the historic Portland Eco House!

In the heart of the City

Just steps from the Alberta Arts District and three of the city’s other most enchanting neighborhoods – and only 10 to 15 minutes to downtown by bike, bus or car – the Portland Eco House sits smack dab in the heart of all that is most magical about Portland!

Cozy rooms

Choose from a beautiful quiet room in the shared main house or a private patio suite with separate entrance tucked into the back of the house. Either way, the immaculately clean and tastefully decorated interiors of the Portland Eco House will envelop you within their distinct charms.

And whether you hole yourself up in your room to recharge your batteries or — on warm days — lounge out on the secluded patio to plan your next attack on the town, you’ll feel totally at home in this beautiful private residence.

Your host – a long time vegan

If you are vegetarian, vegan or just curious about or enjoy plant-based cuisine, Scott, your host, is a long time vegan and tuned into the plethora of vegan/plant based shops, restaurants, bars and activities in town and can give you some ideas of where to grab that kind of grub to your heart’s delight.

Plenty of options for a vegan breakfast, lunch or dinner are just around the corner.

Animals

Oregon Humane Society is the largest animal welfare organization in the Northwest, and adopts more animals from its Portland shelter than any other single-facility shelter on the West Coast. OHS puts no time limits on how long animals remain at the shelter—a pet stays available for adoption for as long as needed to find a loving home. If a pet in the care of OHS needs medical attention, the OHS veterinary hospital provides the pet with same level of care you would want your own pet to receive.

SafeHaven’s mission is to help residents of their communities be the best humane beings they can be by providing compassionate, temporary shelter care, healthy adoptable animals, information, understanding and education, and spay and neuter programs for each animal in its care.

SafeHaven is a limited admission shelter that is committed to the philosophy of not using euthanasia to control pet population. Once an animal enters SafeHaven, there is no limit to the amount of time that animal can spend at the facility. Once the shelter is full, however, no new animals can be accepted, thus preventing the current residents from being euthanized to make room for newcomers. It is this policy that differentiates SafeHaven from publicly funded “open admission” facilities. As a no-kill shelter, SafeHaven has pledged to care for the dogs, cats, and small animals in its custody until they find a forever home. With an 11-member Board of Directors, a 40-member paid staff, and over 400 dedicated volunteers, SafeHaven does not receive funding from any governmental agency and relies on their programs, community, and grants to keep their mission going.