Organic September is a month-long campaign designed to encourage more people to try organic as a way to promote and educate people about organic food & farming practices.
Following a year of unprecedented environmental protest and ground-breaking research, our 2019 campaign was the right moment to shout about the role organic farming has to play in the climate change debate
🌿 Benefiting nature
🌍 The planet
🌾 And building healthy soils.
Campaigning for more organic food and farming means that together, we can slow down climate change
By transforming our relationship to food, we can build a food and farming system that works for everyone.
📅 Run or attend an event in your local area
🍴 Cook with organic ingredients or grow your own
We need to take action together to create a better food and farming system which produces healthy food and protects the planet.
Order an organic veg box, shop for organic in your local indie retailer and ask more questions about where your food has come from when you eat out.
Organic systems have huge potential when it comes to mitigating the worst impacts of climate change and halting biodiversity loss. Yet there are still so many misconceptions about what it really means.
Try organic, switch one item in your shop or grow some of your own.
Join the movement working for access to more organic food for everyone.
Growing your own food is about more than eating it, it is about passing on knowledge to future generations of gardeners and food lovers and learning more about where our food comes from.
Get started growing your own with these delicious herbs that are easy to grow at home
There’s never been a better time to join the organic movement.
In the midst of urgent calls for climate action worldwide, switching to an organic food system offers one key way we can begin to combat our climate emergency and biodiversity loss
In an ideal world, organic wouldn’t need to be more expensive, but a big part of the problem is that the true cost of our food isn’t always reflected in the price.
In the meantime here are a few ways you can start to choose organic on a budget that won’t cost the earth
Organic food is available in 800 stores across the country and lots of supermarkets have their own organic ranges. Find out how to shop for organic in the supermarket
Find out more about organic farming methods and how they offer the best, practical model for addressing environmentally friendly food production.
@KenBeagley Thanks Ken - we will take a look!
🐷🐔Intensive pig/poultry farms are the wrong direction for UK farming & do little to resolve the climate & nature crtwitter.com/i/web/status/1…of