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|Channel Isles - The Jersey Organic Association|
The Jersey Organic AssociationEmail firstname.lastname@example.org
The Association was launched in 1987 as the Jersey Soil Association. It is the local branch of the Soil Association, Britain's largest organic group which was founded in 1946.
Since 1987 the J.O.A. has endeavoured to fulfil is stated aims. Many expert speakers have come to Jersey at the J.O.A's invitation, ranging from technicians of organic production methods from the Elm Farm Reseach Centre to authorities on matters of health and how it is affected by our diet and environmental pollutants. In early 1994 the Association arranged a visit to the Island by the Director of Organic Farm Foods - the major supplier to supermarkets in the UK of organically grown produce.
The J.O.A. has carried out consumer and farmer surveys, spoken out through the media, and arranged a wide range of visits to relevant places and institutions. In 1991 the J.O.A also became the local group of the H.D.R.A - the largest association in the UK dedicated to organic gardening. Our programme of events has since expanded to cater for gardeners as well as farmers and consumers. To date we have seen an increase in awareness of the web of environmental issues. Help us transform this awareness into positive change by joining the Jersey Organic Association
- To promote awareness and knowledge of organic farming and the interrelation between soil, plants, animals, man and the environment
- To promote an understanding of the benefits of organic food on health
- To raise awareness of the links between organic growing and wider environmental issues
- To promote campaigns leading to a more sustainable future.
Creation date : 24/09/2009 @ 16:56
Last update : 21/08/2011 @ 21:23
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