Wednesday, January 5, 2011

Case Study for GCSAA's Environmental Institute for Golf

Our wild turkey population on the golf course has exploded over the last year due to the addition of some very simple and inexpensive turkey feeders that we built and placed on the golf course.  Mr. Mark Johnson of the Golf Course Superintendents Association of America ask me to compile a case study to be placed on the GCSAA's Environmental Institute for Golf website to provide others with information about our successful feeder project. 

Click here to link to Attracting Wild Turkey at Harrison Bay Case Study

We are always excited to have the opportunity to spread the word about our environmental activites at The Bear Trace at Harrison Bay.  This case study is actually the second one posted by GCSAA.  Our other case study dealt with the creation of our native planting bed on #1 tee. 

Click here to link to our Going Native case study

The GCSAA Environmental Institute for Golf website is loaded with valuable information and I hope you can take time to look at some of the other case studies found there.  The case studies can be found on the Online Resource page of the website EIFG Case Studies.

1 comment:

  1. Two great case studies Paul. Thanks for contributing!