Good for the environment

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Good for the environment

Organic farming practices reduce pollution, conserve water, reduce soil erosion, increases soil fertility, and uses less energy. Organic farming is also better for animals and people who live close to farms.

Organic agriculture considers the long-term impact of growing food on the environment and the ecosystem by protecting the land, the farmer, and the customer from potentially harmful chemicals. Organic farming is designed to maintain the soil nutrient rich and fertile for future generations. Unlike conventional farms whose use of synthetic fertilizers and pesticides pollute the groundwater, organic farms use organic fertilizers like compost and animal manure to reduce the risk of groundwater pollution. Choosing Organic is a direct vote for a sustainable future for the many generations to come.

Preserves Biodiversity

Biodiversity is a term used to describe the wide variety of living organisms and ecosystems found on Earth. Biodiversity is the extremely complex unification of innumerable species of flora, fauna and microbes that exist in the environmental system, and is the foundation for life on Earth, which is exactly why preserving biodiversity is important. We need to preserve precious species, including the fields where farmers grow our food. Organic farms are clear champions when it comes to preserving biodiversity. For the sake of our planet and culture everywhere organic food should be celebrated at every house and enjoyed at every table.