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.

Organic Week 2024 – Volunteer Regional Coordinators

We need people who are passionate about climate-positive agriculture and sustainability, who love engaging with their local community, and who enjoy organising events. We’d love to hear from you!

Genetic Engineering Panel Discussion – watch now!

We are taking an active role in advocating for a GE-Free NZ. Watch our recent webinar about GE in Aotearoa New Zealand.

Annual General Meeting

The Soil & Health AGM was held on Saturday October 7th 2023, over Zoom.

OrganicNZ Magazine

Our flagship publication is distributed free to members and sold in-store and online.

Organic certification

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


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

Join Soil & Health and support our work

Be part of this exciting movement for change.

Our membership community includes students, parents, home gardeners, academics, businesses, campaigners and everything in between. We have branches and communities all around Aotearoa, and work internationally with our Pacific and global family.

Membership is $90 a year.

Member benefits

  • As a member you’ll receive a copy of our flagship publication OrganicNZ, delivered to you every two months.
  • Enjoy exclusive access to articles and information via our magazine website.
  • Receive invites to events organised by us and our partner organisations.
  • Get involved in the running of our Association by volunteering, attending and voting at our meetings, or joining the national council.
  • Receive special offers and automatic entry into competitions run by OrganicNZ.