Our vision is to transform the way we eat, farm and care for our natural world

By becoming a Soil Circle member you will be supporting a food and farming system based on organic principles. One that is fair for us, for animals, and for our environment.

Become a Soil Circle member

As a Soil Circle member you will be at the very heart of our organisation and your donation will provide a firm foundation from which we are able to develop and plan for the future. Your financial support will deliver big campaigns and stand up for meaningful changes to food, farming and land-use.

Our member benefits

  • Projects - Learn about our projects by attending small group visits to field labs, lectures and organic farms

  • Access to experts and research - Meet key stakeholders, senior Soil Association staff and thought leaders within organic policy. Including, invitations to scientific briefings, Catering Mark award ceremonies, and advanced copies of ground breaking reports

  • Private Soil Circle events with Soil Association Chief Executive - Attend member dinners, farm walks, guided tours of HRH’s Duchy Home Farm and Royal Highgrove Gardens and an invitation to the Soil Association Chair’s reception

  • Circle of members - Join like-minded members for discussions and private gatherings

  • Acknowledgement in our annual report - To show our gratitude, we will also like to thank you in our annual report; if you are happy for us to do so

    Soil Circle members also receive Soil Association and Soil Friend member benefits

Join us today

Our members pay between £900 and £10,000 a year

  • Single membership - £75 /
    joint - £120

  • Single membership - £150 /
    joint - £240

  • Single membership - £300 /
    joint - £480

  • Single membership - £1000 /
    joint - £1600

  • Single membership - £5000 /
    joint - £8000

  • Single membership - £10,000 /
    joint - £16,000


For more information about Soil Circle membership please contact 
Louise Holt, Philanthropy Officer
0117 9142432

David Wilson and cows

Duchy Home Farm Manager, David Wilson, and his Ayrshire cows

Helen Browning in a field

Soil Association's Chief Executive, Helen Browning, at her farm in Swindon