Our memberships & affiliations
The Organic Materials Review Institute (OMRI) lists products approved for use in USDA certified organic agriculture. OMRI is a national, third-party, non-profit organization that reviews and lists products that are in compliance with USDA National Organic Program standards for use in organic production and processing of edible plants (food) and textiles (fiber). Look for OMRI listed products at your local garden center, including soils, fertilizers, pest controls, and soil amendments.
We’re excited to be part of the “Proud Supporter of Rodale Institute” program! In the program, the Rodale Institute is partnering with select brands to create products that support regenerative organic agriculture. Organic Mechanics is a natural proud supporter of The Rodale Institute for our focus on regenerative gardening and living soils for gardeners. The copious amounts of locally made compost, and worm castings helps build soil structure, which holds more carbon and water in soil. Win win!
Since its founding in 1992, the Ecological Landscape Alliance has been a leader in promoting sustainable approaches to landscape design, construction, and management. ELA’s commitment to innovative ideas and evidence-based practices has made the organization both a trusted resource and a vibrant community of landscape professionals and devoted gardeners.
Founded in 1992, PASA’s driving vision has been to transform agriculture and food systems in Pennsylvania and beyond in ways that make our farms more viable, improves the land and restores the health and wellbeing of all citizens.
The Philly connection to local, regional green businesses in the tri-state area. Search SBN Philly’s website to find more SBN members businesses to support a sustainable, just economy!
Pennsylvania’s agricultural products have earned a worldwide reputation for quality. PA Preferred is a program designed to identify local Pennsylvania products and help you find a way to get them.
PLNA enhances the success of its members through knowledge, advocacy, and promotion of the horticultural industry.