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Past Events

Davis Burger Battle

When: Marc 1-31, 2019

Where: Davis, CA


Davis restaurants compete to create the most mouth-watering, delicious plant-based, planet-friendly burgers throughout the month of March. Diners will vote and review each burger they try! Watch the COOL Cuisine Burger Battle site and visit for a list of participating restaurants and descriptions of their delicious creations!! Take your friends, family, and co-workers and try as many as you can! Dine and Vote!

Participating restaurants:
-Bistro 33
-Chay Corner (Located @ Lazi Cow)
-Davis Food Co-op Deli
-de Vere's Irish Pub
-Smokin'Ewe BBq @ G Street Wunderbar
-Solomon's Delicatessen
-Redrum Burger
-The Hotdogger
-Yeti Restaurant
-Zumapoke Lush & Ice

Fourth Annual SacTown VegFest

When: January 26th, 2019

Where: McClellan Conference Center, Sacramento

SacTown VegFest is back for its fourth year, and the big news is that we are at a new venue.

STVF 2019 will be at the McClellan Conference Center—West of Watt Ave. at Palm Street []

The MCC is a spacious venue, is easy to get to, and has 2,000 parking spaces (no driving around looking for a spot!)

Watch for info about exhibitors, vendors, presenters, and more in the coming days.

We will be charging (a modest) admission for the first time, early-bird tickets will be on line shortly. Stay tuned.

Send any questions, suggestions or comments to


Worldwide Rally Against Trophy Hunting

Join the Worldwide Rally Against Trophy Hunting and speak out against the senseless slaughter of wildlife at the Safari Club International annual convention!

The Reno WRATH event will also be a demonstration against the Nevada bear trophy hunt. A companion full-sized billboard will be mounted in Reno approximately a half-mile from the Safari Club International convention site.

Protest times:
January 12th: 11am-1pm

Exact meeting location to be determined. Parking information will also be posted closer to the date.

Posters and literature will be provided. If you choose to make your own, please do not use violent or aggressive language. These will be peaceful, educational demonstrations focused on raising public awareness. We expect everyone in attendance to remain civil and obey public laws.

Your local rally leader is Carrie LeBlanc, Executive Director of CompassionWorks International. CWI has created and is hosting the Worldwide Rally, which is entering its 4th year.

About the Worldwide Rally Against Trophy Hunting:

On January 12, 2019, voices across the world will join together to raise awareness about the ego-driven and senseless murder of countless wild animals by members of Safari Club International and other "trophy hunters."

The main rally, in Reno, stands as a protest against the Safari Club International Conference and the 47th anniversary of the "Ultimate Sportsmen's Market." At the market, the lives of hundreds of beautiful animals are sold off to the highest bidder. Join us in Reno, or host a solidarity rally in your own community! Learn more:

CWI supports legislation that prohibits the ability of hunters to bring their "trophies" back into the United States. We stand with conservation groups across the world in developing strategies for sustaining and growing populations of wild animals that do not involve their senseless massacre.

Cecil the lion...we will never forget.

To obtain more information about WRATH, to host a rally, or to find out about a rally in your area, please visit Updated information will appear in the coming weeks and new rallies will be posted as we receive notice of them.

CWI believes in the power of peaceful, educational animal advocacy.

For general questions, email us at

The Rally needs your support! Please make a tax-deductible gift of any amount to: Thank you!

For media inquiries, please email:

Together we are their voice...and we ROAR for Cecil and all animals brutally murdered for selfishness and greed!


We set up a booth at various events to raise awareness of veganism


We protest at rodeo, circus, etc


We have vegan potlucks and eat out at local vegan-friendly restaurants regularly