- Kevin D., Owner, Remax Valley Realtors
- Tatyana D.
- Greta J.
- US Corps of Engineers, Department of the Army, Hardesty, Oklahoma
- Suzann - Greenville
- Lou B.
- Alicia G.
2016 Intern Position Available
I am looking to fill an intern position for the 2016 growing season. Qualifications include;
o Passionate about environment
o Dedicated to the learning process
o Background in soil sciences a plus but not necessary.
o Full time/part time
o Good driving record
o Personable and friendly
o Landcare/landscaping experience preferred but not critical
o Heavy lifting involved (50 lbs)
o Position could likely evolve into long term commitment
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Crazy Worms Found in Wisconsin
Please be on the look out for Amynthas Agrestis (crazy worms) because they could devastate our forest land as well any organic material found in its path. Please only use compost/soils that are tested and ask your local supplier of plants if they are aware of the problem and what they are doing about it prior to transplanting plants. I know this sounds serious and that is because it is. Check out this link for more information; http://www.news.wisc.edu/22996
Self Serve Compost Tea Available On Weekends!!
Compost tea will be available starting May 15. The self serve system will be available at our shop every Friday and will be available throughout the weekend until its gone. Cost is $15 per 2.5 gallon jug (price includes compost tea, jug ). Cost to refill or if you bring your own jug is $4 per gallon. For more details on BYOtea please refer to the “Products” tap then the “BYOtea” tab on our site.
A cash box will be onsite for payments (Cash or check only) and payment…Read More
"Organic" Land Care Companies?
In most of the country, including Wisconsin, organic lawn and land care is not regulated, which means companies can say and do what they want. NOFA is the only organization in the country that has established principles,guidelines and accreditation for organic land care professionals. Every year NOFA accredited professionals must meet their expectations in order to be classified as an Organic Landcare Professional. So, make sure your lawn and land care providers are …Read More
Weed Control Options - Finding your balance betw...
Weed control options
By far the most asked question is “how do you control weed growth?” The organic answer is to create an equal balance of structural, chemical, and biological activity in the soil; without biological activity unhealthy soils and weeds are sure to exist. Biology (micro-organisms) is the foundation to healthy soils. Weeds are an indicator that the soils are out of balance. My primary goal, with all of our applications, is to create…Read More
In 2004, Backyard Organics was born out of one couple’s desire to have a safer, healthier lawn for their family and pets. We have since grown to have a better understanding of the complexities of natural ecology and soil biology and how that relates to a healthy lifestyle. We are dedicated to providing you and your family a beautiful lawn using all natural, organic products that are proven safe and effective.
Backyard Organics was the first all organic lawn care service in Northeast Wisconsin and we are your exclusive source for a variety of all natural, organic products. We are also the first Wisconsin Organic Land Care business accredited by NOFA, one of two organizations in the country that accredit Organic Land Care Professionals (AOLCPs).
We are committed to understanding the science behind soil biology and matching that with the needs of our client. If you’re tired of waiting to enjoy your backyard, why not make the decision to go chemical-free today!