Sustainable Christmas

Together this Christmas, we can make a world of difference, for nature, the climate and our health. Join our online community to learn about how to live in a more sustainable way

Give the gift of a donation this Christmas

By gifting a donation to the Soil Association this year, you'll be supporting a charity that is working with farmers, citizens and policymakers to help protect our wildlife, environment and human health for future generations.

 

10 Ways to Have a More Sustainable Christmas

There are so many ways we can all be a part of the movement for sustainable food and farming this Christmas.

Here's 10 easy things you can do to help encourage positive change this year.

The Great Christmas Tree Debate

Real vs. Fake? Learn why Kevin Jones, our Head of Forestry is opting for a sustainably-grown real tree this year.

Why Organic at Christmas?

Opting for organic this Christmas means choosing to support nature-friendly farming methods, that are better for wildlife, the planet and our health.

Zero-Waste Gift Wrapping and Decorations

Looking to cut down on single-use and disposables this year? The way we wrap our gifts and decorate our homes can make a real difference.

Find Out What's in Season This Christmas

Whether we're growing our own at home, or learning more about what's seasonal on the shelves, eating organic food that's been grown in the UK has an important role to play in the transition towards a more sustainable food system.

Leftover Christmas Wraps

Packed with sprouts, cranberry sauce and chestnuts, these fantastic wraps from Natasha Corrett are a superb way to use up all your leftover Christmas veggies.

Zero-Waste Sprout Kraut

There's more to sprouts than boiled & buttered. This recipe from Riverford roasts the sprouts in a delicious mix of red onions, blue cheese, breadcrumbs & thyme.

Leftover Turkey Chowder

Christmas leftovers doesn't have to mean days' worth of turkey sandwiches! Try this creamy turkey & sweetcorn chowder from Yeo Valley.

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