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WATCH: Biz Stone on His Love for Turkeys and Farm Sanctuary

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Biz Stone is a vegan, an animal-lover, oh yeah and Twitter co-founder. He appeared on Martha Stewart’s vegan episode and cooked up a veg recipe, and attended Farm Sanctuary’s ‘California Country Hoe Down’ last year. Now, Stone has recorded a video about his love for turkeys and plans to attend another Farm Sanctuary event.

In his video, Stone says, “Turkeys are intelligent, social, curious, and sometimes even funny. I wish people were more like turkeys sometimes.” And what does he plan to do to celebrate Thanksgiving vegan-style? “I’m going to celebrate turkeys with one of the classiest organizations my wife and I have been supporting for more than ten years, Farm Sanctuary.”

The organization holds two ‘Celebration FOR the Turkeys’ events each year, one  at each of their sanctuaries. Stone and his wife Livia will be attending the celebration in Orland, CA. According to Look To The Stars, vegan chef and author Colleen Patrick-Goudreau and holistic health expert Victoria Moran will be attending and speaking, along with Farm Sanctuary’s California Shelter Director Leanne Cronquist and President/Co-Founder Gene Baur. After guests see the turkeys of honor feast on their special Thanksgiving meal – “stuffed squash, pumpkin pie and cranberries (on silver platters, of course)” – they will enjoy a vegan feast of their own.

The event on November 19, costs $75 to attend. You can register and see more details on Farm Sanctuary’s site.

Check out Biz Stone’s video below!

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