I have a client who recently had a septic system replaced in her backyard. Because of the way the system was constructed, all of her landscape beds were destroyed and replaced with standard fill. She is an avid gardener and knowledgable hortuculturist in some ways and insists that all of her beds be re-designed and excavated to a depth of 18" and replaced with a horticulture mix (60% loam, 20% compost and 20% peat moss). I have found the material at a supplier in stoughton and will provide it at a cost of $35 per yard. I measuered all of the proposed beds and came out with approx. 1,000 sq feet. Using my material calculator I came up with an amount of 56 yrds... I dont know why but it just sounds like a lot? I rounded it up to 60 yds which is three triaxle loads but it just sounds like a lot.. am I loosing my mind?