How Does It Work?
Each golf course takes stock of its environmental resources and any potential liabilities, and then develops a plan that fits its unique setting, goals, staff, budget, and time. Audubon International provides information to help golf course personnel with six key environmental components:
• Environmental Planning • Wildlife and Habitat Management • Chemical Use Reduction and Safety • Water Conservation
• Water Quality Management • Outreach and Education
Designation as a Certified Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary is awarded to the golf course upon meeting environmental management standards in each area and demonstrates an organization’s leadership, commitment, and high standards of environmental management. Recertification is required every three years to maintain the Certified Sanctuary designation.
What Does It Mean?
The Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary Program for Golf is an award-winning program that helps golf courses protect the environment and preserve the game of golf.
One of New Hampshire's few Audobon International certified courses!