Organized by NC Farmed Animal Save (in partnership with Cape Fear Riverwatch, Clean Cape Fear, Women Organizing for Wilmington, and Grandmothers for Peace)

Right upstream from Wilmington there are billions of gallons of pig feces, urine, and blood being sprayed into the air of Duplin County residents. These pigs are kept in horrendous conditions, most with barely enough room to move. Laws have been passed limiting the damages residents affected by this destructive industry can receive. Let us unite against animal agriculture, an industry destroying the planet and the lives of so many.

Watch Democracy Now’s informative story:

What: CAFOS Have Got To Go
Where: Intersection of College Rd. and Oleander Dr. Wilmington, NC
When: Saturday, February 24th, 4:00pm
RSVP: Not required and this event is open to the public – all are welcome


CAFOs Have Got to Go! – Saturday, February 24th