Lily's Kitchen uses a wonderful range of organic, holistic ingredients including a range of botanical herbs and there are now 17 delicious recipes for both dogs and cats to choose from.
Community supported agriculture (CSA) is a partnership between farmers and the local community, providing mutual benefits and reconnecting people to the land where their food is grown. The Soil Association is hosting a one-day conference in Bristol on 16 September 2011 to mark the end of a successful five-year project helping to support the development of CSA in England and to celebrate what has been achieved.
As well as being a natural, renewable and biodegradable fibre, when cotton textiles are organic there are additional benefits. Find out what the Soil Association Certification Ltd means to you.
The winners of the 2011 Organic Food Awards were announced at the Start Festival, Clarence House, on Wednesday 27th July 2011, part of the national 'Start' initiative, established by The Prince's Charities Foundation to promote and celebrate sustainable living.
Soil Association Scotland's successful Climate Change Programme draws to a close at the end of September, but there's still a chance to attend two final events; 'Developing On Farm Renewables' and 'Grassland and Livestock Management'.
To celebrate Organic September and inspire people to cook with seasonal organic ingredients the Soil Association has collected a mouth-watering array of recipes from renowned chefs and food writers including Allegra McEvedy, Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall, Valentine Warner, Sophie Grigson, Jane Baxter, Raymond Blanc, Geetie Singh, Darina Allen, Tim Bouget and Xanthe Clay.