Bees are one of the world’s most marvellous creatures, and the more we learn about them, the more incredible they become! Our top ten bee facts that are sure to get you buzzing - learn about the meaning behind the 'waggle dance' and the benefits for bees of organic farming
Bee numbers are falling across the globe. A new report has concluded that a widespread crash in pollinators across the UK is due to farming intensification and use of pesticides and well as climate impacts.
We campaign for farming that supports our pollinators: protecting space for insects and wildlife, and helping more farmers go organic to reduce the use of pesticides.
There are plenty of things you can do to help our precious pollinators thrive, from the things we eat to the way we garden at home.
Find out how you can help protect bees at home.
Organic farming works in harmony with nature, and organic farms have a greater abundance of wildlife.
Bees and other wildlife have lost much of their natural habitat in the past 60 years in the UK - find out what can be done to help stop it.
Herbs and flowers are a great way to attract bees and other pollinating insects, whether it’s a windowsill, a garden pot of an allotment. Plus, herbs are delicious for you and for the bees!
We've also highlighted the flowers which are native to the UK, as they are great at interacting with local biosystems and supporting local wildlife and insects.
At the Soil Association, we champion a food and farming future where all can thrive - but we need your help.
We rely on public support to make our work possible. Join us as a member and help to make world of difference to our farm animals, our health, our soils and our planet.
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