Organic NZ

OUR ORGANIC 2020 vision reflections in 2019

I love the qualities of audacity and courage; they go well with daring – the art of risking it all, believing in yourself and others and seeking truth.

So, who would have thought that a small group of Soil & Health councillors in 1998 would dare to suggest the whole country go organic by 2020 – then stage a series of events and actions that would help change the landscape of the nation?

An organic eco-nation by 2020

The ‘Organic 2020’ concept we created was assisted by hundreds of members and fellow visionaries. We sought and developed clarity of our concept through conferences, workshops, think tanks and direct political discourse and actions.

Our position was profoundly simple: we wanted an organic econation by 2020, and

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