If you are a business, school, or nonprofit looking to put into place an earth conscious fundraising effort, have you considered organic soils and manures? Traditionally, organisations and schools have undertaken fundraising efforts using unhealthy items like cookies, or items that people don't really want or always need, like T-shirts and coupon books. Using organic soil and manure in your fundraising activity is a way to provide a useful good to anyone who likes to garden or cares about the environment and plant and tree health. Earth conscious fundraising, using organic soil and manure as an incentive, is great for environmental nonprofits, community groups, and local businesses that have an environmental or social element to their business. In particular, schools have been very successful in raising funds using organic soil and manure, using a cash-and-carry approach. What is the Value, Both Underground and Above Ground? Organic soil and manure provide the essential balance of minerals and nutrients required for indoor and outdoor plants. With all-natural manure, you do not need to apply chemical fertilizers, and you will find that common pests and plant infestations are held at bay. Using all-natural products in the home and garden not only significantly reduces the need for fertilizers and pesticides, but also boosts your plant's health and leaf, fruit, and vegetable production. The soil in your yard and garden is an ecosystem. There is an abundant amount of life in the soil – from the things you see, such as earthworms, to the things your don't always see, including nematodes and mycelium. When you use our organic soil and manure, you promote the ecological health of your immediate surroundings. You will find that rainwater will infiltrate better, and that there will be more birds and/or wildlife around. The value and benefits of using healthy, live soil and manure as opposed to 'dead' soil, chemical fertilizers, and pesticides can be brought to your customers and community through your next fundraising effort. Contact us for details or more information.