TAG: Sun Valley Landscaping

LM EAB November 2022: Highlighting the beneficial work of the lawn and landscape industry

November 22, 2022By
Editorial Advisory Board graphic (Graphic: LM Staff)

In the November 2022 edition, Landscape Management's Editorial Advisory Board explains why companies should highlight the benefits of landscaping. read more

She’s a boss: Women in landscaping

April 21, 2021By
Neneman volunteers during NALP’s Renewal & Remembrance event at Arlington National Cemetery. (Photo courtesy of Ahsly Neneman)

Landscape Management takes a look at how three women have forged their way forward in a male-dominated landscape and lawn care industry. read more

Sun Valley Landscaping acquires JD Irrigation

December 4, 2020By

Sun Valley Landscaping has acquired JD Irrigation of Omaha, Neb. JD Irrigation was founded by Jon-David Heilman, who will join Sun Valley Landscaping as the company’s irrigation division manager. The terms of the transaction were not disclosed. Heilman brings 28 years of experience with him to Sun Valley Landscaping. Sun Valley Landscaping said the move to acquire JD Irrigation came... read more

How Sun Valley Landscaping has adapted throughout COVID-19

June 23, 2020By
Paul Fraynd, Sun Valley Landscaping, video interview with Sarah Webb. (Image: LM staff)

Paul Fraynd, CEO of Sun Valley Landscaping, talks about the importance of having strong leadership throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. read more

LM Gallery: September 2018

September 10, 2018By
LM Sales team and Sun Valley (Photo: LM Staff) Landscaping GM

The LM team hit the road this summer, traveling to a number of industry events. 1. In July at the Walker Family Reunion III in Fort Collins, Colo., LM Editor Marisa Palmieri snapped this photo of Walker Manufacturing’s second and third generation family members and leaders. From left: Ryan Walker, Bob Walker, Dean Walker and Ted Walker. She also tried... read more

GreenCare for Troops Guide: Start somewhere

November 8, 2017By

For business owners and individuals alike, part of the difficulty of beginning a volunteer activity might be getting over the initial intimidation. Paul Fraynd, co-owner of Sun Valley Landscaping in Omaha, Neb., has some useful advice. “Just start,” he recommends. “Giving back is hard until you get there, and then you’re glad you did it.” The company started its relationship... read more