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June 26, 2008
"The Right Mulch for Any Occasion".
Article by Stephen Orr
NY Times

Sweet Peet® was the only mulch specifically mentioned by brand, while the potential dangers of inferior mulches were pointed out. You can read the full article by clicking on the Times header at right.

January 29, 2008
Patent Approved for production expansion  
On January 29, 2008 Salem Organic Soils officially received approval of their patent for production of Sweet Peet® from The Commissioner Of Patents, Canadian Intellectual Property Office. This patent, along with the Sweet Peet® brand name, previously granted by the Canadian Registrar of Trade-Marks in 2004, now extends the opportunities to sell secured, exclusive licenses for Sweet Peet® production and marketing, throughout all of North America.
May 20, 2007
“Extreme Mulching”
Article by Gerri Hirshey
NY Times

On May 20, 2007 The New York Times ran an article by Gerri Hirshey titled “Extreme Mulching” wherein she praised the virtues of Sweet Peet® over other types of applications. Read the full article

September 25, 2006

"Minding Their Manures"
Article by Kemi Osukoya

Wall Street Journal
The September 25, 2006 edition of The Wall Street Journal ran an article in its Small Business/The Journal Report section. Read the full article.
June 29, 2006

New Licenses expands territory

On June 29, 2006 a new license was issued to Sweet Peet® Organics, Inc. based in Wallkill, New York, encompassing counties in the lower Hudson Valley west of the river. A second license granted to SP Organics covers the area north of I-80 in northern New Jersey. The addition of these two licenses makes a current total of 8 exclusive Sweet Peet® territories, distributed within 5 different states. Click on the “Distributors" link to find out Where To Buy, then “Licensee List” for more info.

May 2006
Fertilization and Mulching
Richard Heller offers professional advice
Landscaper

In the May 2006 issue of "Landscaper", Richard Heller offers professional advice on fertilizing and mulching. You might be surprised? to find out what some mulches are made of, and what they might contain. To avoid the potential dangers of such mulches, Heller recommends Sweet Peet®, and goes on to describe its positive benefits. Read the full article.

August 25, 2006

"Mulch trade is fruitful enterprise"
Article by Craig Wolf

Poughkeepsie Journal

The August 25, 2006 issue of the Poughkeepsie Journal ran a page one Business Section article about Salem Organic Soils and Sweet Peet®. Read the full article.

 

March 30, 2004

Inducted into the Small Business Hall of Fame

On March 30, 2004 Brent Lamour, co-owner of Salem Organic Soils, was inducted into the Small Business Hall of Fame by the Legislative Body of the New York State Senate. Brent was one of 32 inaugural small business owners selected from over 200,00 New York entrepreneurs. In the photo Brent (left) receives the award proclamation from Senator Vincent L. Leibell. Click to on the photo to read the full Proclamation.

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2003 and 2004
During 2003 and 2004 four additional licensees began operation: one in Long Island, NY, one in Connecticut, and two in Florida. Along with the original Dutchess County, NY site and the Ohio site, that brings the total to six locations producing Sweet Peet®, with more to come!
December 1, 2002
Manure turns to mulch, then moola
Article by Craig Wolf
Poughkeepsie Journal
The December 1, 2002 issue of the Poughkeepsie Journal ran a page one Business Section article about Salem Organic Soils and Sweet Peet®. Read the full article.