Soil Association: www.soilassociation.org
The Soil Association promotes planet-friendly food and farming through education, campaigns and community programmes. Our produce and boxes are certified by them annually.
Orchard Eggs: www.myorchardeggs.co.uk
These are the folk from whom we get our eggs. We think they run an inspiring rural enterprise producing delicious eggs in the most ethical way possible. Because they are so devoted to their flock they haven't much time to update their website, and it is a bit out of date, but you can still see some beautiful photos of the living conditions of the hens that produce our eggs.
Metske Van der Laan of Pannel Organic in Winchelsea supplies us with a wonderful range of vegetables from Spring through to the end of Autumn.
Infinity Foods: www.infinityfoodsretail.co.uk
Pioneers in the organic, wholefood movement in Brighton, we like to supply the shop with our vegetables whenever we have more than we can use in the box scheme.
Transition Town Lewes: www.transitiontownlewes.org
Transition Town Lewes is a network of Lewes people. We’re working on local solutions in response to the global problems of climate change, economic change and the end of cheap energy and other resources.
Common Cause: www.commoncause.org.uk
Common Cause Co-operative promotes environmentally-sound community development, taking action to make locally-produced, sustainably-grown foods more widely available to all.
British Society of Soil Science: www.soils.org.uk
Fellow protectors of our soil. Informative website and lots of educational resources.
www.monbiot.com: Thought provoking articles written by George Monbiot on a variety of issues including Food and Farming
Very Informative edition of Shared Earth looking at the importance and state of our soils; from October 2013 presented by Monty Don. http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b03cmt4t