PAUL SHAPIRO SENIOR DIRECTOR, FACTORY FARMING CAMPAIGN
Paul Shapiro is the senior director of The Humane Society of the United States' Factory Farming Campaign. He has spearheaded numerous successful campaigns to improve the plight of farm animals, most notably several campaigns to persuade retailers to stop selling battery cage eggs. Shapiro is also the founder and former campaigns director for Compassion Over Killing, where he helped lead campaigns such as the successful effort to end the use of the misleading "Animal Care Certified" logo on battery cage egg cartons nationwide. At Compassion Over Killing, he worked also as a farm animal cruelty investigator, primarily documenting conditions on egg and broiler factory farms, livestock auctions and slaughter plants.
Shapiro has been interviewed by dozens of media outlets, including The New York Times, The Baltimore Sun, The Washington Post, USA Today, Fox New Channel and CNN. He has published dozens of articles about animal welfare in publications ranging from daily newspapers to academic journals. Shapiro received a bachelor's degree in peace studies from George Washington University.
Boulder's wild look.
The trio go up the path.
The girls have been hanging out near our parking area and really like it.
Bravo investigates the tomatoes Farmer Randy planted.
One spunky donkey!
Heading off to the other pasture.
Toby is happy to be the only pup feeling 100%.
A representative from Farm Sanctuary was also at the meeting- and here is their ""touring bus" that has all kinds of factory farm info, including t.v.s with live footage of animals in factory farms...very grim but true.