The Living Soil Association: Pioneering Organic Farming and Innovating Social Inclusion
The Living Soil Association of Tasmania (LSAT) (1946-1960) pioneered the concepts of organic food and farming in Australia's smallest state, for the decade immediately after WWII. The LSAT was one of the world's first organisations to promote organic farming. It was preceded by New Zealand's Humic Compost Society (founded in 1941), the Australian Organic Farming and Gardening Society (1944), Australia's Victorian Compost Society (1945), and England's Soil Association (1946). The Tasmanian...[Show more]
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