Fair Trade USA
Fair Trade USA enables sustainable development and community empowerment by cultivating a more equitable global trade model that benefits farmers, workers, consumers, industry and the earth. The work they do is based on the fundamental shift of the way companies choose to do business. We will be providing more information to read about Inesscents™ and Fair Trade USA soon, stay tuned.
USDA Organic is a labeling term that indicates that the food or other agricultural product has been produced through approved methods that integrate cultural, biological, and mechanical practices that foster cycling of resources, promote ecological balance, and conserve biodiversity.
Oregon Tilth is a nonprofit research and education membership organization dedicated to biologically sound and socially equitable agriculture. Oregon Tilth offers educational events throughout the state of Oregon, and provides organic certification services to organic growers, processors, and handlers internationally.
Being certified as a B-Corporation means that our business has met rigorous standards of social and environmental performance, accountability, and transparency. As a Certified B-Corp Inesscents is committed to making concrete and measurable improvements to our business practices to create a more inclusive economy - one that is equitable and creates opportunity for all for the long term. Some of these metrics include supporting vulnerable workers, screening suppliers, mitigating climate change and the diversity, equity and inclusion of the workplace.
National Hemp Association
National Hemp Association works on behalf of all sectors of the hemp industry supporting the use of all parts of the hemp plant for its many beneficial offerings. In the 1800’s hemp was the most cultivated crop in the U.S. It’s time for hemp to return to America where it can become a significant source of U.S. jobs and provide a domestic supply of hemp for the $150 million worth of hemp that is now imported into the U.S. Membership includes farmers, entrepreneurs, processors, manufacturers, researchers, investors, organizations and businesses of all sizes who are a part of the emerging hemp industry. Ongoing efforts are focused on Education, Legislation and Business Development.