Animal Writes
From 29 June 2003 Issue

Camp & Conference - Watkins Glen, NY
August 2 & 3

It's much more than a conference-it's a Hoe Down! Join Farm Sanctuary co-founders Gene and Lorri Bauston and an array of animal rights speakers, including Bruce Friedrich, PETA's director of Vegan Outreach; Miyun Park, president of Compassion Over Killing; and David Wolfson, Author of Beyond the Law .

Whether you're a novice or an experienced hand at speaking out for farm animals, the New York Country Hoe Down is a unique weekend of education and entertainment with the latest news on farm animal issues and campaign strategies. Tour the beautiful 175-acre shelter, enjoy a hayride and cuddle with friendly farm critters. In the evening, let your hair down and boogie the night away at our Saturday night Barn Dance where we party 'til the cows come home!

The Hoe Down conference fee is $75 per person for the full conference and includes Saturday and Sunday lunches, Saturday dinner and Saturday night barn dance with complimentary snacks and beverages. Please note: Seating is limited and this conference does sell out every year. Early reservations are recommended.

For information on the Hoe Down and to register online, visit
or call 607-583-2225 ext. 221.

Kate Capecelatro-Beals
Communications Coordinator
Farm Sanctuary
P.O. Box 150, Watkins Glen, NY 14850
Ph: 607.583.2225 x235
Fax: 607.583.2041
Email: [email protected] 

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ABOUT FARM SANCTUARY: Farm Sanctuary is the nation's largest farm animal rescue and protection organization. With over 100,000 active members, Farm Sanctuary works to end farm animal suffering and promote the humane treatment of animals used for food production through legislative and legal actions, investigative campaigns, humane education and public awareness projects, and direct rescue and shelter efforts.

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