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Spring has sprung a new website for Audubon International

We are so happy for the launch of our new website and hope you are too! We spent the winter designing a fresh, new website and we are really excited to share it with you. We think our cleaner, more streamlined website will help you to better navigate the opportunities that Audubon International has to…

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BioBlitz 2019 Launched

Celebrate the nature of your course with this free program!        REGISTRATION NOW OPEN About BioBlitz Participants gather at your course to identify plant and animal species which aids in: Creating awareness of the environment Engaging your community & members Meeting an Outreach & Education requirement for ACSP certification Open to any golf…

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How a High School and Community Garden Program are Winning at Saving Water

Last month we announced the winner of our first Water & Sustainability Innovation Award, Corica Park South Course, but two other projects impressed the judges so much they received Awards of Distinction from Ewing Irrigation & Landscape Supply and Audubon International.  Learn how a Colorado non-profit and California high school are saving water with these sustainable projects.  …

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Inaugural Water & Sustainability Innovation Award Presented to Corica Park and Greenway Golf

Corica Park South Course recognized for sustainable efforts and focus on water efficiency Feb. 20, 2019, NEW YORK— Ewing Irrigation & Landscape Supply and Audubon International presented the inaugural Water & Sustainability Innovation Award to Corica Park South Course of Alameda, California and its management firm, Greenway Golf, on Feb. 18, 2019. The Water &…

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South Carolina Communities Receive Sustainable Community Certification from Audubon International

OKATIE, SOUTH CAROLINA –  On March 15, 2018, Audubon International recognized Seabrook Island Property Owners Association (SIPOA), the Town of Hilton Head Island, and Oldfield Community Association as South Carolina’s first Audubon International Certified Sustainable Communities. Audubon International held a recognition ceremony to honor each community’s commitment to creating a sustainable future by developing and…

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Silo Ridge Preparing for Spring in Upstate NY

Almost every golf course in the northeast looks like this right now. Even though Silo Ridge Golf Club, near Amenia, NY, looks this way on the outside, plants are pushing their heads up through the soil on the inside. Back in December, the staff began a series of trials at their green house with various…

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South Carolina Sustainable Communities Recognition Ceremony

South Carolina Sustainable Communities Recognition Ceremony WHAT:  Ceremony recognizing Hilton Head Island, Oldfield and Seabrook Island as South Carolina’s first Audubon International Certified Sustainable Communities. Audubon International will honor each community’s commitment to creating a sustainable future by developing and implementing sustainable management practices around the three pillars of sustainability: healthy local environment, quality of life for citizens,…

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Audubon International partners with Monarch Joint Venture to get ‘Monarchs in the Rough’

(TROY, NY) Audubon International is the newest partner of the Monarch Joint Venture, the largest collaborative established to arrest the decline of monarch butterflies. With a wide range of programs involving high-quality environmental education, such as the global Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary Program, it is no surprise that Audubon International has made great ecological stewardship gains in communities, neighborhoods…

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Saving Butterflies, One Golf Course at a Time

Audubon International and Environmental Defense Fund team with golf courses to create habitat for monarch butterflies and other pollinators (TROY, NY) Audubon International and Environmental Defense Fund (EDF) have partnered to launch Monarchs in the Rough, a program to assist golf courses in the United States, Canada and Mexico in creating monarch butterfly habitat in out-of-play areas. The program is…

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Cateechee Golf Club Calculates their Carbon Footprint for Recent Recertification

Congratulations to Cateechee Golf Club on the recent recertification as the only Certified Signature Sanctuary in the state of Georgia. Buck Workman, CGCS, superintendent since the course joined the Signature Program in 1997, welcomed a new owner in 2017, Charley and Kelli Schell of Pilot Realty Investment. Since then, the course has undergone renovations including…

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