At the Soil Association we have a number of e-newsletters to keep you up-to-date with the latest news and opportunities. Whether you are a member of the public, a farmer or a food manufacturer, find out how you can subscribe:
Keep informed on the issues that you care about. Our supporter e-news contains a wealth of information, campaign updates, competitions and much more.
Today's news is a daily bulletin provided by the Soil Association press office to keep you up-to-date with our latest news and all issues related to organic. We use a range of sources, including the main national daily newspapers in England, Wales and Scotland plus key websites and farming publications.
Producer news is designed to keep farmers and growers up-to-date with sector news, as well as any new services, literature and training available from the Soil Association.
Trade News is the must have e-bulletin for anyone with an interest in the organic industry, providing current trade and marketing support opportunities and keeping business up-to-date with the latest work of the Soil Association.
Soil Association Certification Ltd's quarterly publication covers important updates to certification schemes, organic regulations, and the Soil Association standards.
Community supported agriculture (CSA) is a partnership between farmers and the local community reconnecting people to the land where their food is grown. This newsletter has been replaced by a community forum and Google group - find out more on our CSA pages.
Our organic textile biannual e-newsletter is dedicated to the fashion and textile industry and offers the latest news on developments in organic textile markets.
Local Groups news
The monthly e-newsletter for Soil Association Local Groups is filled with updates on our current projects and campaigns and ways in which local groups can get involved. It is also a place for groups to share events, campaigns, talks, inspiration and success stories. To sign up to the Local Groups e-newsletter email Kate Halahan at email@example.com.
Food for Life Scotland Network newsletter
Keep up to date with the latest news and opportunities to get involved with Food for Life Scotland. For anyone interested in the Food for Life Scotland programme.