The Sea Shepherd vessel Steve Irwin is touring Australia
Hello all. As you may know, the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society sends a ship to Antarctica each year, to stop the Japanese whaling fleet from killing whales. What you may not know is that the entirely vegan Sea Shepherd ship must rely completely on donations from the public for its supply of food. And food is of course one of the only pleasures you’re going to get in Antarctica (so good food is prized more than gold there).
Well, Sea Shepherd has finally decided its ship’s food wish list for this year. Operation Waltzing Matilda, Sea Shepherd’s next Antarctic campaign to save the whales, takes off this December, so there’s still time to help stock the ship. The ship is currently in Australia, so it may be hard for NYC locals to donate to the ship of course, but if one reader has a friend who has a friend in Australia, or has a great deal on fedex and blenders, then who knows, concerned citizens from around the globe may all eventually pitch in to supply to the ship with all it needs. If you can, please help out! :)
Now, if you want to help but can’t get items to Australia affordably or fast, you can always donate money directly to Sea Shepherd so they can buy these items. Thank you!
Steve Irwin Current Wish List
Location: Circular Quay Sydney 10am till 5pm until Monday 12th October
Sea Shepherd Australia: email@example.com
Sour dough starter
Wooden Chopping boards
Green power champion juicer
Black polar fleece balaclavas
Bragg’s bouillon/amino acids
Fresh herbs (parsley, basil, cilantro, etc.)
Asian fake meat products
Tofutti products – cream cheese, sour cream, cheese slices)
Soy/veggie hot dogs/sausages
Nuts and seeds (cashews, almonds etc)
Dark vegan chocolate
Non-Food Related But Badly Needed:
Portable battery charger 6,12,24 volt.
Good quality hand held marine radios.
This is one of Supervegan’s posts for Vegan MoFo 2009.