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Trees: a Valuable Resource. Woodland Management and Biomass

16 October 2014

Wednesday 26th November, Newton Stewart

‘Farm Crap App’ wins Soil Association Innovation Award

14 October 2014

The Soil Association is delighted to announce that the SWARM Knowledge Hub’s ‘Farm Crap App’ has won top prize at the 2014 Innovation Awards, announced last week at the Soil Association Annual Conference in Swindon.

Soil Association annual conference highlights the growing evidence of chilling impacts of neonicotinoids

10 October 2014

The Soil Association’s annual conference established the case for continuing the ban on neonicotinoids. Professor Dave Goulson of the University of Sussex discussed the mounting evidence of how bees and other wildlife are being quietly poisoned by t...

Introducing Food for Life Scotland's New Website

07 October 2014

As part of Food for Life Scotland's exciting education and engagement work, our brand new and first ever dedicated website is an exciting new resource for schools and communities, where you can share your good food stories, read, share and comment o...

Becoming A Good Food Nation: Have Your Say

02 October 2014

As the Scottish Government launches the next phase of the national food and drink policy, Soil Association Scotland welcomes the opportunity to comment on the vision, aspirations and proposed priorities and plans set in the ‘ Becoming a Good Food Na...

Plymouth Big Food Event - see it on video

01 October 2014

In June, Plymouth celebrated their Big Food Event (BFE) - a city-wide celebration of good food...

Glastir Organic - Actions for farmers

30 September 2014

An important update for farmers and growers in Wales on Glastir Organic.

Nourish 2014 Conference: How can we play our part to make food fair for all?

30 September 2014

Join Nourish Scotland on October 16th and 17th for Our Common Wealth of Food at the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall.

Gold Food for Life in Fife - Report published

30 September 2014

A case study report has now been published on the Fife School Food Project, a collaboration between Fife Council , the Fife Diet and Soil Association Scotland's Food for Life Scotland team.

Organic market strengthens as retailers and brands gain confidence

24 September 2014

The Soil Association is announcing new figures released today (24 September 2014) showing acceleration in the growth of the UK’s organic grocery market - outperforming non organic sales in supermarkets.
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