Our mission

We champion society’s collective responsibility to protect the health of our soils for future generations. We do this to promote the development of the best physical health and spiritual well-being of all people.

Our guiding principle is oranga nuku, oranga kai, oranga tāngata / healthy soil, healthy food, healthy people.

We advocate for organic and regenerative production that works with nature and avoids synthetic fertilisers and pesticides. We’re the largest membership organisation supporting organic food and farming in New Zealand. Established in 1941, we’re also one of the oldest organisations of our kind in the world.

Webinar with Dr Jack Heinemann – view now!

In this webinar, held on 24th January, we explored the world of genetic engineering with Professor Jack Heinemann, an expert from the School of Biological Sciences at the University of Canterbury. Click the link below or go to our GE Campaign page for further detail and to view.

Webinar with Jon Carapiet – view now!

On 5th March, Philippa Jamieson talked with Jon Carapiet about consumer issues around GE, including the right to choose, labelling, traceability, and our export markets. Click the link below or go to our GE Campaign page for further detail and to view.

Soil & Health SGM – Saturday 4th May

The Soil & Health National Council has called a Special General Meeting, to be held on Saturday 4th May, 2024. The main purpose of the meeting is to gauge members’ support for a new strategic direction. Click the link below for further details and to register to attend online.

OrganicNZ magazine

OrganicNZ Magazine has now ceased print publication.

Organic certification

Meet the people and organisations supporting an organic, regenerative, future.

Glyphosate

Help us keep the community and environment safe from glyphosate-based weedkillers.

Join Soil & Health and support our work

We are currently reviewing our membership offer. This will be discussed by members at a Special General Meeting on 4 May 2024. All members are welcome to attend the SGM. Further details about the SGM, including online registration, are available here.