Hopefully everything you’ve read, seen and experienced during Organic September has left you feeling inspired and wanting to do more. The good news is you can!
Buying more organic is a fantastic way to show your support. Choosing food that carries the Soil Association logo means you can trust it, and you can be sure it’s been produced to the highest possible standard.
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If you want to do even more, you can look beyond the logo.
Did you know as well as certifying organic products, the Soil Association is also a charity with a powerful and influential voice? Made up of thousands of people just like you.
You can join our community of like-minded people - individuals who care passionately about their food, the environment, wildlife and the future of the planet.
Dee Burn, Soil Association member
You can help change the way we farm and eat for good. For just £3.50 a month you can become a member of the Soil Association and join thousands of people just like you who care deeply about the food we eat and the way we look after our land.
If you want to know more about the work we do, and what your support would enable, read more here.
The Soil Association is the only UK charity which works across the whole spectrum of food issues. Our organic values mean we care about nature, soil, water, forests, human health and animal welfare which gives us a unique and unifying voice. We work to find, test and promote the solutions that the world needs now.
At Soil Association, we are working hard with our many partners and supporters, to transform the way we eat and farm. Imagine a countryside teeming with life where bees and butterflies abound. This is how it once was and it can be again.
We help farmers to farm in a more natural way – this is now critical in helping to halt climate change. And we also work to ensure that good food is available to everyone, especially those who need it most – vital to address the growing obesity and diabetes crises. We provide healthy and sustainable food and skills to children, older people and hospital patients through our many programmes formed around real, practical solutions.
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