FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE             July 28, 2020 Golf courses surpass initial goal for butterfly protection Monarchs in the Rough program creates over 1,000 acres of new habitat for monarch butterflies on golf courses Audubon International leads unique partnership to demonstrate golf’s commitment to environmental protection and sustainable management TROY, NY: Audubon International is leading golf…

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For Immediate Release ORLANDO, Fla. (November 19, 2019) — The Florida Green Building Coalition (FGBC) and Audubon International have partnered up to help Florida communities achieve national recognition for their sustainability achievements with a seamless connection between Audubon International’s Sustainable Communities Program (SCP) and FGBC’s Local Green Government Program. “We are excited to launch this…

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Being environmentally-conscious is a cornerstone of the IGM golf course maintenance business model, and participating in the Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary Program for Golf is a natural fit. IGM Vice President of Operations Steve Gano points out the company’s professional background is in agronomics. “IGM is extremely sensitive to concerns about fertilizers and pesticides used on…

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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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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE ZELLWOOD, Fla. — September 12, 2019– Anuvia Plant Nutrients and Audubon International announce a partnership that will include a multi-year study to evaluate the environmental, sustainability and performance benefits of Anuvia’s bio-based GreenTRX™ fertilizer for golf courses that are involved in the Audubon’s Cooperative Sanctuary Program (ACSP). In addition, through the partnership,…

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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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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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Contacts: Veronica BiczoEwing Irrigation & Landscape Supplyvbiczo@ewingirrigation.com 800-343-9464 Christine Kane, CEOAudubon Internationalchristine@auduboninternational.org518-767-905, ext. 114 July 9, 2019, PHOENIX—Contractors and organizations that have built water-saving and sustainable projects have a chance to be recognized with the Water & Sustainability Innovation Award this year. Ewing Irrigation & Landscape Supply and Audubon International are now accepting nominations for…

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Daniel I. Dorfman Pioneer Press For several hours Friday, a search was taking place at the Glencoe Golf Club. The goal was not to find errant tee shots, instead it was to locate as many species as possible. The golf club hosted the Audubon International Bioblitz, an event during which children ran across fairways and…

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