Take a virtual visit of Clorofil, a local micro-sanctuary, and meet ex-layer hens, rescued Thanksgiving turkeys, and a dog meat trade survivor. Get a glimpse of the world of farmed animal rescue, and see how a couple of Silicon Valley engineers transformed their backyard to welcome survivors of the egg and meat industry. Hear the stories of each individual resident, see their setups, ask anything about chickens and farmed animals, and learn about our outreach programs.
The tour will be informal and interactive, so come with all your questions.
Isabelle Cnudde is the founder of Clorofil, an all-volunteer animal advocacy nonprofit and micro-sanctuary, in the San Francisco Bay area. As a humane educator, Isabelle gives talks about the plight of farmed animals and encourages a plant-based lifestyle. She also promotes chicken adoption and educates the public about pet chicken care. Learn more about Clorofil at www.clorofil.org.
This program is free but requires pre-registration to obtain the Zoom link.
Senior Programs are made possible in part by generous contributions from the John R. Schwabacher Family, Diane and Jon Claerbout in memory of their beloved son Jos, as well as the Jewish Community Federation & Endowment Fund. We are grateful for their generous support.
Tuesday, October 20
Free with registration
Contact: Michelle Rosengaus | [email protected]