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The Meatrix is committed to helping educate people around the world about sustainable food. We encourage you to take action locally – check out the organizations listed below to find ways to get involved. Please help us keep this page current by sending information about additional organizations to leo@themeatrix.com.

ICPPC – International Coalition to Protect the Polish Countryside

The ICPPC has been a leading voice in increasing social awareness about the importance and value of family farming as well as in the creation of sustainable farming solutions that would alleviate the destructive results of the EU’s current Common Agricultural Policy (CAP).

Ekoland

Ekoland is an association of ecological food producers whose goal is to promote organic agriculture and healthy food. Ekoland supports the preservation of the natural environment and sustainable farming.

Zielona Polska

Zielona Polska is devoted to raising awareness about the dangers linked to the spread of industrial livestock operations, GMOs and the so-called “new agricultural technologies” in Poland and worldwide. Zielona Polska works to promote humanitarian animal farming and to reform the EU’s Common Agricultural Policy (CAP).

Instytut Ochrony Zwierzat

The Animal Welfare Institute in Poland is a leading organization defending the rights of farm animals, especially pigs living in confined animal feeding operations (CAFOs). The institute supports a sustainable farm of the Barka Foundation (in Chudopczyce near Pniewy) with its program of humanitarian pig farming – much needed in Poland as a viable alternative to factory farming.