Healthy Soil for a Healthy Planet

Join us to celebrate Organic Earth Week!

From 22-27 March 2021, we will be discovering why organic farming is a better choice for our soils and for the planet, and why brands and businesses should consider organic certification to build a more sustainable future.

Get involved by sharing your organic stories. Tag us on social media @australianorganic and use the hashtags #OrganicEarthWeek and #ChooseOrganic

Talking Sustainability with Todd Sampson the Founder of Earth Hour

To celebrate Australian Organic’s Organic Earth Week campaign, adventurer, documentary-maker and founder of the Earth Hour initiative, Todd Sampson, will be hosting an exclusive seminar.

The seminar will be hosted at Perfect Potion in Banyo Qld, on Friday 26th March 2021 and will include a one-hour seminar followed by drinks and nibbles, with a chance to ask Todd your questions.

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Starting with Soil

In organic agriculture, ‘health’ is one of the fundamental principles and focuses on the integral part soil plays in helping to create and maintain a healthy environment

Find out more about why health and healthy soils are an integral part of organic agriculture and are featured in the new Australian Organic Schools Program.

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Learn more about the benefits of organic farming and certification below.

Barambah Organics CEO Matthew Stanton, has been quick to back calls for the introduction of a mandatory standard for use of the word “organic”.
Green Grove Organics is a multi-generational, family-run business owned by the Druce family since 1918 - producing certified organic wheat and milling their own flour for over three decades.
Family-owned Buronga Organics places its passion for farming and organic philosophy at the centre of its farm management.

With thanks to our Organic Earth Week sponsors