Menu
Log in

         

Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary Program for Golf - Success Stories

The Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary Program for Golf is an award winning education and certification program that helps golf courses protect our environment and preserve the natural heritage of the game of golf.

We are proud of our certified members accomplishments and have highlighted their stories! Browse the featured success stories below to learn about the incredibly diverse environmental stewardship projects and activities that take place at Audubon International Certified Communities. To see your success story featured here, please send an email and an overview of your story to Allie Eustis.                   

Changing Public Perception of Golf Courses

Location: Harrison, Tennessee

Type of property: Public, 18-hole golf course

 

Conserving Water with Native Landscaping

Location: Las Vegas, Nevada

 Type of property: Private, 18-hole golf course

 

Environmental & Economic Benefits through Naturalization

Location: Stone Mountain, Georgia

Type of property: Resort, 36-hole golf club


 

          Managing Mosquitoes          

Location: Denver, CO

Type of property: Golf Course


Rain Gardens as a Wash Pad Alternative 

 Location: Kennett Square, PA

 Type of property: Golf Course

 


Installing Aerators to Improve Water Quality

 Location: Cozumel, Mexico

 Type of property: Golf Course

 


Equipment Wash Water Recycling System Development

 Location: Pittsford, NY

 Type of property: Golf Course





Powered by Wild Apricot Membership Software