Organic farming has been shown conclusively to result in more wholesome foods. Organic agricultural practices are sustainable, and farming organically does not damage land, as intensive conventional farming often does. Consumers who buy organic products not only seek more wholesome foods for themselves and their families, but, by purchasing organic produce and foods, they make a statement to society that they care about the harm that intensive agriculture does to the land, and through their organic purchases they contribute to a more biodiverse and sustainable planet. That said, there are areas where organic farming is impractical, due to space, climactic, hydric, pest control, and other considerations. Our group supports organic farming wherever it is practical to do so, providing financing, technical help, and stable markets to organic farmers.