golf course owners are being asked to do their part to protect
wildlife habitat in the Sunshine State. The Audubon
Cooperative Sanctuary Program (ACSP) is an education and certification
program that helps golf courses protect the environment while
enhancing their bottom line. The "plan-do-check-act"
approach of the program offers information and guidance to implement
an environmental management plan that improves efficiency, conserves
resources, and promotes conservation efforts.
International awards certification to publicly recognize and
reward the environmental achievements and leadership of ACSP
members. Make sure your golf course is a great place to live
for both people and wildlife.
For more info about the Audubon
International Cooperative Sanctuary Program (ACSP),
contact Joellen Lampman, 46 Rarick Road, Selkirk, New York 12158,
Phone: (518)767-9051, Ext. 114
or visit http://acspgolf.auduboninternational.org
Below: This otter lives on a Florida
golf course with a conscientious superintendent that is careful
not to poison his habitat with runoff water contaminated with