Organic September 2021

This year's Organic September campaign is right around the corner. If you're a farmer, business or brand looking to make a difference this year, follow the link below to find out how you can get involved

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Find out how you can get involved in the 2021 campaign this year

What Is Organic September?

In the face of climate change, diet related ill-health and widespread decline in wildlife, the need to change our food systems has never been greater.

Organic September is a month-long campaign to raise awareness of the many benefits of organic food and farming, which include: 

Supporting biodiversity and wildlife

Helping to combat climate change

The highest standards of animal welfare

Reduced exposure to pesticides

Food as it should be, and food you can trust

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Did you know that organic farms have around 50 % more bees, butterflies and other pollinators?

What Do We Mean By 'Organic'?

Find out what it really means when you see the organic symbol on a product in the shops

Why Organic?

No other defined system of farming and food production comes close to delivering such a breadth of benefits. Find out how organic farming is better for people, plants, the planet and farm animals

Find Out How You Can Take Action

By working with nature, our collective actions all add up to make a world of difference. There are so many ways you can be part of the organic movement for a more sustainable future this month


30 Ways To Join the Organic Movement

There's so many ways to be a part of the organic movement, from cooking and growing, to learning and sharing about organic and nature-friendly farming

Organic on a Budget

We know organic can sometimes be more expensive, but when you do spend more on organic product, you’re casting a vote for a fully traceable, nature-friendly food system with no hidden costs. However, here are a ten easy ways that you can start opting for organic when you're on a budget

If Europe’s farmland all followed organic principles, agricultural emissions could drop by 40 % by 2050, with plenty to feed the growing population healthy diets

Hear From An Organic Farmer

Wondering what it takes to make a farm sustainable and nature-friendly? Read our interview with Jack Cockburn, manager of Treberfedd Organic Farm in Wales

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