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We don't only make sure food and other stuff is up to our fantastic organic standards we do a lot more besides. So there's bound to be a job that fits your talents. We're always looking for people who are inspired by the cause and passionate about making things happen.

If you're interested in finding out more about working at the Soil Association, take a look around and explore our vacancies below, or find out more about our people and our benefits. And if there are no suitable vacancies at the moment but you'd like to get involved, we're always on the look out for volunteers.

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Our Future Growers scheme provides comprehensive training in organic horticulture, with participants working alongside organic experts who are passionate about training the next generation and passing on their skills and knowledge.

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Sustainable fashion: the gift that gives twice

Safia Minney: The fast fashion industry is the world’s largest polluter after oil. This is largely caused by farming one of the thirstiest of all crops – non-organic cotton. Conventional, non-organic cotton farming requires an extremely high use of water resulting in draining water resources, decreasing wildlife diversity and preventing future generations from meeting their basic human needs. Growing conventional cotton uses 16% of the world’s total insecticides and pesticides and it takes over 3,900 litres of water to produce an average t-shirt.

24 November 2015 | 0 Comments | Recommended by 0

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