A donation to our 2022 Annual Appeal will support a new generation focused on healthy food production.

Our message is simple.

Healthy soils lead to healthy food, healthy people and a healthy planet. Organic regenerative agriculture is a vital tool in building a climate friendly future that protects nature, and our own wellbeing.

Our track record is strong.

For over 80 years we’ve supported and nurtured organisations that are the backbone of sustainable agriculture today: the Biological Husbandry Unit at Lincoln, certifiers like BioGro and Organic Farm NZ, and the umbrella group Organics Aotearoa NZ. We continue this tradition today through a partnership with Te Waka Kai Ora, the National Māori Organics Authority.

We highlight social inequities in the current food system, protect consumers right to know what’s in their food, and campaign to regulate glyphosate in Aotearoa. We host the organisation of Organic Week in New Zealand, and support community action through event grants.

Right now, in an age of uncertainty and climate fear, the supporting role of Soil & Health is crucial.

Help us help others.

Our 2022 Annual Appeal is focused on developing our advocacy role and ability to support groups with shared goals but who lack the infrastructure and systems of a mature organisation. Many of these groups are young people, passionate about their local land and determined to feed their families on healthy food.

Donate to keep Soil & Health strong.

We rely on donations to underpin our work.

Give by internet banking.

You can transfer your donation directly to the following bank account. If you include your name in the transaction and drop us a line, we can make sure you receive a receipt, email us at .

BNZ Account number: 02 0108 0058415 001
Account name: Soil & Health Association

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If you wish to set up a regular or recurring donation, please email

We are a legacy organization with a well-deserved reputation for honesty, integrity and independence.
We aim to help young people as they grapple to implement organic solutions to protect our soils and their health.