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Recology Organics

Recology is closing the loop on organic materials that otherwise would have ended up in a landfill.

By collecting and processing yard trimmings and food scraps, Recology produces compost, soil blends, and a variety of mulches made with recycled, clean wood. Learn more about how our closed loop processes in California, Oregon and Washington produce nutrient-rich soil amendments that help fight climate change.


Contact Our Sales Team!

Megan Davis 209.602.8325
Dawn Ramsey 209.247.9767

Email us at recologyorganics@recology.com

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NEARBY LOCATIONS

Location
Blossom Valley Organics - North
3909 Gaffery Road
Vernalis, CA 95385
Blossom Valley Organics - South
6061 North Wheeler Ridge Road
Lamont, CA 93241
Jepson Prairie Organics
6426 Hay Road
Vacaville, CA 95687
South Valley Organics
3675 Pacheco Pass Highway
Gilroy, CA 95020
Recology Organics - North Plains
9570 NW 307th Avenue
North Plains, OR 97133
(503) 647-9489
Recology Organics - Aumsville
8712 Aumsville HWY SE
Salem, OR 97317
(503) 749-3117
Recology Organics - McMinnville
2200 NE Orchard Avenue
McMinnville, OR 97128
(503) 434-1671
Ostrom Organics
5900 Ostrom Road
Wheatland, CA 95692
Our Products

Recology offers a variety of products to meet the needs of farmers, landscapers and gardeners. Find out more about our compost, mulch and soil blends below.

 


Compost is a nutrient-rich soil amendment made from recovered yard trimmings and food scraps. 

 


Recology mulch products are made from recycled as well as virgin wood.

 


Soil blends are best usedin planting areas, raised beds, as topsoil replacement and soil repair.

Specialty Services

The Recology Organics team is here to help! We can deliver products directly to you, provide a spreader to assist with product application, and customize our products to meet your specific soil needs!

 

Delivery

Delivery


We offer
transportation options, including walking floors, dump trucks or transfer trucks.

 

Spreader Rental

Spreader Rental


Take advantage of our spreader rental to distribute Recology Organics products!

 

Consultation

Consultations & Custom Blending


Contact us for personalized
consultations to find the right product for your project.

 

Our Partnerships

Farmers across California and Oregon use Recology Organics to grow everything from fruit and vegetables, to flowers and plants.

We work with both traditional and organic farmers, as well as home and garden landscapers to find the best soil solutions for all growing needs. Our customers have found compost to be a viable alternative to synthetic fertilizers. As a result, Recology Compost and custom blended products help improve soil composition and grow healthy crops.


Compost Combats Climate Change

In 2019, Recology partnered with Kistler Santo Domingo Ranch, a cattle ranch in Oakdale, CA. Kistler Ranch was awarded a grant through the California Department of Food and Agriculture’s Healthy Soils Program to support research on carbon sequestration through compost application on rangelands.

Through the Healthy Soils Program grant, Kistler Santo Domingo Ranch received over 800 tons of Recology Premium Compost to spread at a rate of 8 tons/acre on approximately 100 acres.The expected greenhouse gas reduction from this application is roughly 400 metric tons of carbon dioxide, equivalent to removing approximately 90 cars off the road for one year.


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Testimonials

Recology Organics teams work closely with farmers, landscapers and gardeners to find the best soil solutions to meet their needs.

Can we help you tell your soil story?  Contact our team!


 

“I’ve been using Recology Premium Compost for over a decade and am consistently impressed with both the quality of the product and their knowledgeable staff. Since switching to Recology Organics, I’ve been able to completely eliminate commercial fertilizer.”

Kevin Phillips, ​​VP of Operations

“Soil microbes nurture our plants, compost feeds this soil biology. We use Recology compost to sustain these unseen partners, the soil food web at Be Love Farm.”

Matthew Engelhart, ​​Owner of Be Love Farm