Greenman launches a new range of No-Dig tools this September and a percentage of profits from sales will be donated to The Soil Association.
The Soil Association digs deep to transform the way we eat, farm and care for our natural world. They have made it their mission to help everyone understand and explore the vital relationship between the health of soil, plants, animals and people.
Gardening is a passion that has driven the Greenman tools business for generations. The team behind the tools are firm believers that intensive farming and gardening processes have severe implications on the future of our planet and look towards innovative ways to lessen the impact on the earth and preserve the soil for future generations. This drove them towards developing a special range of tools that champions the no-dig method of gardening now taking the world by storm. This method of horticulture supports the use of compost and mulching on top of the soil rather than digging and cultivating. Instead of aerating the soil using a shovel the no-dig gardener lets the soil’s natural biodiversity of microorganisms do all the work.
Despite the very essence of the no-dig being not digging, Greenman has developed a brilliant set of tools that facilitate this method of gardening and called it their No-Dig range. This range aligns itself perfectly with the vision of the Soil Association and to celebrate this Greenman are donating a percentage of sales from this range to the Soil Association Charity.