Sustainability + Viability
We are the ONLY Landscape company in the valley that is able to apply TRUE ORGANIC.
We Care About The Environment
Organic Fertilizer Programs
Whitehead’s Landscaping is meeting the needs of today’s challenging soil environment by providing organic products and services that maximize soil and plant performance.
We are proud to introduce organic lawn fertilizer and tree care to the Wood River Valley. Pesticides can cause harm to humans, animals, or the environment because they are designed to kill or otherwise adversely affect living organisms.
Whitehead’s Landscaping enormous composting bin produces “compost TEA”. Our goal is provide you with the most beautiful, healthy green lawn imaginable while also working to reduce watering costs and eliminate toxic chemical applications, through an organic process that saves you money!Contact Us
Organic Fertilizer Benefits
- A beautiful, lush green lawn
- Reduced water usage and associated costs by up to 30-40% (especially important during drought years)
- Reduced dependence on potentially harmful traditional fertilizers that are wasteful
- Reduction and elimination of toxic chemical applications
- Better soil structure and healthier plants
- Pest protection
- Long-term environment benefits
- Overall cost savings
Vermicomposting is a process which uses earthworms to turn organic waste, like over-ripe produce, fruit and vegetable trimmings and coffee grounds into a dark, nutrient rich, soil conditioner. Whitehead's Landscaping has their own vermiculture specialist, Merritt Baldwin, who is heading their large-scale operation.
The benefits of vermicomposting and Merritt's experience are also available for household application through Whitehead's Landscaping.
Contact Merritt at: 208-309-1332Contact Us
Trout Friendly Lawn Program
In cooperation with Wood River Land Trust, Whitehead's Landscaping utilizes the Trout Friendly Lawn Program to assist in protecting and restoring the Big Wood River. This program promotes the implementation of simple steps that residents can take to conserve and protect water, it's quality and local fisheries.