Keeping Britain Buzzing

Our bees, pollinators and other wildlife are under threat with their numbers declining. Both agricultural pesticides, and a loss of habitat and food caused by intensive farming are partly responsible. The Soil Association campaigns to tackle these problems and to help save our precious wildlife:

  • We want to stop the temporary EU ban on three neonicotinoid pesticides being overturned.

  • We are campaigning for a permanent ban on all neonicotinoid pesticides.

  • We are working with farmers on the practical solutions to reduce pesticide use, to promote organic methods and the huge benefits to wildlife they can bring.
     
  • We are calling on the public to support wildlife-friendly organic food and farming through their everyday shopping choices.

Take action to Keep Britain Buzzing

Take action to help save our bees and other wildlife by becoming a member of the Soil Association. Your support will help us to stop wildlife-damaging pesticides for good.

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Already a member? Take your support one step further and make an extra donation, with your help we campaign against the use of neonicotinoids.

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How to control pests in a bee friendly way

Ben Raskin explains how to control the top five pests targeted by neonicotinoids in a bee friendly way. How to control pests in a bee friendly way

Why organic farming is good for bees

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Why ban neonicotinoids?

Find out more about the harmful effects of neonicotinoids, and why we want them banned. Why ban neonicotinoids?