|Up-close and personal and I mean it!|
Regardless of dietary preference or philosophy, I think we can all agree that factory-farming slaughterhouses are just the worst.
|This little could not be bothered and nursed/slept most of the time|
The idea is really neat, but there is a lot of room for improvement and a lot of work to be done. ECOV accepts financial donations but the nonprofit also invites folks who want to help to spend weekends or vacations helping out, hands-on. That's the difference-maker, right there. Not just for the organization, but also for those volunteering.
Their work with cows is year-round, but there are numerous other projects in the works from March until December. From planting trees and maintaining them, to building fences, garden spaces and low impact construction projects, there are plenty of nature-related activities for volunteers.
Have you ever gotten your hands dirty with soil? Helped build or care for something?
It is life-changing. Visit their website for more information, and check out these other resources if you are interested: