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View Resource Parkland and Golf Course Management: Managing Wildlife Habitat on Public Open Space

This article discusses methods for managing parkland and golf courses in a wildlife-friendly manner. The article contains a number of practical tips for managing parks and golf courses, and covers such topics as lawn size, the use of native plants, and eco-friendly turf-grass management. The piece was authored by Amanda D. Rodewald Ph.D. of the School of Natural Resources at Ohio State...

View Resource Considering Wildlife in Golf Course Management

This online article discusses methods for designing wildlife-friendly golf courses. The article contains information on topics such as "Golf Courses as Wildlife Habitat," "Naturalistic Golf Course Design," "Chemical Applications," and "Community Outreach." The article was written by Melissa J. Santiago and Amanda D. Rodewald, Ph.D. of the School of Natural Resources at Ohio State University, and...

View Resource Golf Environment Europe

Developed by the non-profit Golf Environment Group, this website "provides an overview of environmental sustainability activities within the golf sector"; "sets out an environmental management and accreditation system for European golf facilities"; "provides guidance on the sustainable development of new golf courses"; and "communicates the activities of the Forum for Golf and Environment." The...

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