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Forest Floor Organic Soils: Leaf your troubles behind

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The leaves are falling from the trees, landing on roofs, yards and driveways with ever-increasing frequency. While those leaves may be pesky to clean up, they also contain vital nutrients as they break down and decompose.
This fall, instead of disposing of leaves, sod, soil, brush and other yard debris, the friendly folks at Forest Floor Organic Soils encourage Lane County residents to take it to them. Clean yard debris is important to companies like Forest Floor Organic Soils, as well as the ecology of Lane County. When old rock quarries need filling, clean sod and soil are used to reclaim the rock pit and turn it back into a healthy, beautiful and clean ecosystem.
Broken concrete and bricks are also accepted and are stored, crushed and repurposed. This form of recycling cleans up cluttered yards and also assists Forest Floor Organic Soils in future projects.
In addition to accepting yard debris, Forest Floor Organic Soils is also carrying two new products this fall. With the wet season right around the corner, mud control is extremely important to farms with cattle and horses. Forest Floor Organic Soils now offers heavy-duty bark for mud and erosion control. Beginning this season, wood pellets are now available for wood stoves. This clean and efficient fuel is perfect for heating the home on those cold winter nights.
Perfect for this time of the year, gravel for driveways, walkways, paths and decorative rocks are available for purchase.
Customers can always pick up their orders personally, but Forest Floor Organic Soil also offers local delivery for a flat rate on all their items. For more information about new products, delivery options, and any yard debris questions, contact Forest Floor Organic Soils at 800-955-1910. Forest Floor Organic Soils: leaf your troubles behind.
82898-2 S. Mill St.
Creswell, 97426
Phone: 800-955-1910
Website: forestflooroganicsoils.com
Social Media: Facebook.com/forestfloororganicsoils
Monday-Friday: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Saturday: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Sunday: Closed



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