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Innovative farming

Our work in innovative farming aims to make real, practical progress through on-farm research and knowledge exchange.
 
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Visit an organic farm

Visiting a farm can be a life changing experience for a young person. We encourage schools and farms to set up visits for students.
 
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Animal welfare

The welfare of animals is central to our organic principles. Our standards mean no factory farming and lots of outdoor space.
 
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Not in my banger

Help us campaign against a dramatic escalation of industrial pig farming in the UK. We need your support to ensure our voice can be heard.
 
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GM

We campaign against the use of genetically modified (GM) ingredients in human and animal food and on the commercial planting of GM crops.
 
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Wildlife

Organic farms are havens for wildlife and provide homes for bees, birds and butterflies - up to 50% more than non-organic farms.
 
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Grow organic

Growing your own food using organic techniques is something many of us can do to build a sustainable food culture.
 

Latest blog

Succeed with seed with selection perfection

Ben Raskin: One of the keys to saving your own seed is the 'selection', or identifying the best of your plants to keep the seed from. If you are aiming to 'maintain' a variety, in other words to keep it as close as possible to the original genetics of that variety, then there will be specific traits you will need to keep (colour, height, pest or disease resistance for instance). Most of just want to ensure the selection performs well in our garden or farm.

25 July 2014 | 1 Comments | Recommended by 2