Go Humane. Go Healthy. Go Green.

Your prime resource for cultivating an Ethical Omnivore conscience

 

Who we are & Mission Statement

GoEO is an organization which serves as a resource to consumers by providing information about the ethical omnivore movement.  We are dedicated to promoting the practice of the ethical consumption of animal products as well as providing the tools necessary for people to adopt the EO lifestyle.


GoEO was founded in April 2011. Our initial group was small, but the number of people joining our movement is growing by the day.  Each of us is involved for different reasons.  Some of us are deeply saddened by the widespread and rampant animal cruelty that exists on this planet.  Others are very concerned about the harmful effects on our health caused by the factory farming system.  Finally, the environmentalists among us are horrified by the terrible effects this all has on the well-being of our planet.


Whatever the exact reason, GoEO believes that in order to successfully overcome the current factory farming system, we all must be realistic in the approach. Because the majority of the US population consumes meat, we feel that we can bring about vast and widespread change by arming this massive group with all the facts and know-how so that they can make educated purchasing decisions on their own (which may not necessarily be the choices the meat and dairy industry prefer we make).  But we do have choices, and these choices can bring about change. We can choose to cut down on our meat and dairy and we can choose to actively support humane and sustainable farms who treat animals and our earth with respect. We acknowledge that veganism is perhaps the ultimate aspiration for many but we do not believe it is achievable for the masses in the near-term, if ever.  Therefore, going EO is an important step towards dramatically changing our broken food system.


We support the ongoing efforts of vegan groups, anti-animal cruelty organizations, and environmental organizations committed to ending the factory farming system.  We will do our part by providing the tools and knowledge consumers need to live an ethical omnivore lifestyle.   Meat-eaters can be humane, do care deeply about our planet and are concerned about their health. Please join us - for our animals, for our planet, for us.


Emmy Bernard (Founder)

Gillian Lyons

Cedric Bernard

Tim Malieckal

Carla Tracy (Public Relations)

Matt Tracy (Advisor)