Longtime animal advocate Tracey Stewart, founder of a new farm sanctuary in New Jersey, imparts her wisdom about our four-legged friends. Did you know that pigs have superpowers? That cows swap babysitting duties? That there are scientific reasons why mutts make the best pets?
Join us for a good-humored evening with Tracey, who, along with her rather famous husband Jon, is now devoting her life to helping animals. Ticket price includes a signed copy of her new book, which she will personalize after the event. Tracey will be in conversation with Litquake co-founder (and fellow critter rescuer) Jane Ganahl.
Jane Ganahl is the co-founder of Litquake, a former newspaper columnist who covered the culture of the unmarried, and author of the memoir Naked on the Page: The Misadventures of My Single Midlife.
Tracey Stewart is author of Do Unto Animals: A Friendly Guide to How Animals Live, and How We Can Make Their Lives Better. Jane Goodall calls the illustrated book “delightful, entertaining … and hugely important.” A former veterinary technician, Tracey lives on a farm sanctuary with her husband Jon Stewart, their two kids, and 15 pets—all rescues, except for the kids.