Habitat Enhancement and
Restoration at Clay Peak
Protecting Species Diversity and Our Natural Heritage.
A Philosophy of
“Close as You Go”
As each section of a landfill cell is retired, six feet of top soil
and natural compost are applied. This is done on a continuing basis,
rather than waiting until final cell closure.
Builds soil structure, retains moisture, fights erosion.
Providing Habitat for Threatened or Endangered Species
The Southern Idaho ground squirrel has experienced declining
populations. Closed landfill cells can provide secure and productive
Native plants can be encouraged while fighting noxious weeds and