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“Seeds” are defined as “the source, origin, or beginning of anything,” giving rise in the context of Animal Law to three important historical questions: What were the seeds, who planted them in the United States, and what have they grown into in service to the cause of animal rights?
The first two questions are answered HERE. From time to time, in this section of our site ISAR will post links which answer the third question.
As to the growth of seeds, readers will note that elsewhere on this page the following Tribute to ISAR appears:
“By attending ISAR’s International Symposium on Dog and Cat Overpopulation I learned a great deal and ISAR probably changed all of India as a result.” Hon. Maneka Ghandi, Minister of the Environment.
On September 15, 2017, she made the following announcement: “Hyderabad: Center for Animal Law coming up.”
As another year passes with the Animal Law movement continuing its steady growth, ISAR has created its SEEDS Awards to honor individuals and not-for-profit entities who have made exceptional contributions to the important and burgeoning field of Animal Law. For further information please see: Seeds: “…the source, origin, or beginning of anything…”