BoDean Company: Supporting the industry that supports them (July 1, 2015)

BoDean was started by Dean and Belinda Soiland. “Bo” and “Dean” were combined to make the singular name now associated with asphalt and aggregate materials such as base rock in Sonoma County. approximately 40% of their end users are agricultural companies and they strive to support the industry. supporting-the-industry-that- supports-them/

Going Green, Making Money-Telling BoDean Company’s Story (August 4, 2014)

There are aspects of our daily lives that we all know aren’t exactly eco-friendly- but we can’t live without them and so we often shrug it off or put the facts on the back burners of our thoughts. For me, at the moment, it’s my daily commute to work from Occidental to Santa Rosa, as…

Tough Times Lead BoDean Down a Greener Path (May 2, 2012)

Too many times, the asphalt industry is seen as being on the wrong side of environmental issues. The asphalt production industry is often seen as dirty and stinky. For those of us in the asphalt industry, we know this is far from the truth. And with businesses like the BoDean Company in our corner, perceptions…

A 100% solar-powered quarry (May 9, 2011)

SANTA ROSA — The BoDean Company aggregate and asphalt supplier is going 100 percent solar-powered, the first to do so in the world, according to the industry magazine Rock Products. 100-solar- powered-quarry

Everything Under the Sun (February 2012)

Worlds first solar-powered quarry marks milestone within BoDean Co.’s “total” sustainability culture.

Windsor egg stand to reopen after asphalt donation (August 12, 2015)

A small-time Windsor farmer who was forced to close his egg stand as result of a dispute with a neighboring winery over driveway access said he should be able build a new entryway and reopen for business, thanks to a donation of asphalt and gravel from a Santa Rosa company. egg-stand- to-reopen?gallery=4354537

Boyd Broland and their Birds, BoDean Company to the rescue (August 12, 2015)

We’re all just happy birds of a feather here in wine country, or so we thought. This is Wise Acre Farm, right in the middle of Windsor, California’s wine country. This is where hospitality is part of our daily due diligence. This is a farm where I’ve brought my grandchildren. It’s great to see the…

Windsor’s Wise Acre Farms egg stand is back in business (March 8, 2016)

A small-time Windsor farmer is back in business seven months after being forced to shut down his egg stand due to a dispute with a neighboring winery over driveway access. wise-acre- farms-egg

Sustainability Picks Up Steam (June 7, 2012)

Although many initiatives began in Europe, North American operators are beginning to appreciate the benefits of green business practices. steam-2/


California producer eliminates the need for settling ponds and captures water for reuse. Any time an aggregates producer can provide sound environmental practices while improving its own profitability, it is on the winning side of the production equation. Sustainability in the aggregates industry is a business approach that has gained considerable attention in the past…