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The Sacramento Vegetarian Society
is pleased to announce its presenters for
SacTown VegFest 2017

Timaree Hagenburger, “The Nutrition Professor,” Cosumnes River College; Author, The Foodie Bar Way

Sonja Huang, Bay Area Director, Factory Farm Awareness Coalition

Nora Kramer Director, Youth Empowered Action (YEA!) Camp; Introduces YEA! graduates

Rajiv Misquitta M.D., Heart-attack survivor; Co-Author, Healthy Heart, Healthy Planet

Toni Okamoto, Founder, Plant-Based on a Budget; Co-Author The Friendly Vegan Cookbook

YEA Camp Panel, moderator Nora Kramer, YEA Camp director, & four YEA Camp attendees

Animal Sanctuary Panel

  • Animal Place, Grass Valley
  • Blackberry Creek, Colfax
  • Harvest Home, Stockton

See Last Year’s Presenters

SVS Mission and Values


Our Mission

To inspire people to choose a healthier, greener, more peaceful lifestyle.

 Our Values

The SVS aims to:

  • Promote a vegan lifestyle for the health of people, animals, and the environment
  • Provide accurate information about the ethical, environmental, and health impacts associated with animal-based foods
  • Provide support to those interested in, considering, or practicing vegetarian and vegan lifestyles, regardless of their motivations
  • Encourage restaurants, medical facilities and establishments in the Sacramento Metropolitan area to offer more vegan options.
  • Promote the planting of gardens to provide fresh produce to children and adults in the Sacramento region.