Posts by Kat Findlay

Help save the monarch butterfly with free seed for your golf course

September 25, 2019 | Megan HirtFiled to: Pollinators A monarch butterfly in Grover Beach, Calif. Photo by Kyle Glenn/Unsplash If you’ve ever considered adding plants that support monarch butterflies or other pollinators to your golf course, there’s no better time than the present to give that idea wings (eye-catching orange-and-black wings at that). Audubon International’s Monarchs in the Rough program is…

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Volunteers of All Ages Gather on Golf Courses for Species-Counting Competition

Golf courses host 5th annual competition to document large diversity of species living on golf courses TROY, NY –Nearly 1,000 volunteers visited golf courses worldwide to participate in Audubon International’s 5th annual BioBlitz. This event, sponsored by the United States Golf Association (USGA), provides a unique opportunity for golf courses to engage their community members in…

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Fairway to table: Growing fresh food at Cordova Bay Golf Course

The beautiful, bountiful gardens at a British Columbia course have become an important source of produce for its restaurant and a cornerstone of its identity. July 2019 | Dean Piller and Emily Peltier Filed to: Gardens, Pollinators, Canada A drone’s-eye view of the main vegetable garden at Cordova Bay Golf Course in Victoria, British Columbia.…

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