Positive Waves – The Audubon Co-Operative Sanctuary Program For Golf – Certified Member Clubs In Canada – Negative Waves From Activist-Superintendents – 2018 12 00

 

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Introduction

 

Golf Industry Creates Positive Waves For Society

 

 

Paying Golfers Deserve Thicker, Greener, Attractive,

Pest-Free, & Safe Golf Courses As Urban Green Spaces

 

 

Golf course superintendents can be described as the planet’s great conservationists who have been maintaining and conserving the world’s largest ground cover vegetation    turfgrass    for hundreds of years. 

 

Universally, « correct and disciplined » main-stream golf course superintendents are professionals who are paid to take care of golf courses    they manage the budgets, man-power, materials, and schedules needed to correctly maintain high-quality playing conditions and aesthetics for paying golf-customers. 

 

Superintendents constantly monitor the health of turfgrasses through careful observation, diagnosis, and treatment of diseases, insects, weeds, and abiotic disorders. 

 

Their skilled management of turfgrass pests is accomplished by the correct and necessary use of conventional pest control products. 

 

Their use of pest control products to enhance golf courses, which is also good for the environment. 

 

And, these products are government-approved, federally-legal, scientifically-safe, practically-non-toxic, and will cause no harm. 

 

Their use has contributed extensively to the high-quality playing conditions and aesthetics of golf courses, and the preservation of the environment. 

 

 

The Audubon Co-Operative Sanctuary Program For Golf

 

 

Additionally, superintendents have adopted many outstanding, innovative, and interesting ideas, such as The Audubon Co-Operative Sanctuary Program For Golf.

 

These superintendents create POSITIVE WAVES for our society by maintaining golf courses that are good for the environment. 

 

See later segments. 

 

And go see more outstanding, innovative, and interesting ideas by exploring the following links   

 

 

Positive Waves For Society

 

http://pesticidetruths.com/toc/positive-waves-library/

 

Benefits Of Turfgrasses

 

http://pesticidetruths.com/toc/positive-waves-benefits/

 

Planet’s Great Conservationists

 

http://pesticidetruths.com/toc/positive-waves/

 

 

 

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Summary

 

Audubon Co-Operative Sanctuary Program For Golf

 

 

Not so long ago, the golf industry was viewed as using too much water, and too many chemicals. 

 

Golf courses were not seen as environmentally-friendly. 

 

The golf industry has evolved into being a much more environmentally-aware and environmentally-conscious. 

 

Audubon International is willing to stand shoulder to shoulder with the golf industry. 

 

Of the thousands of golf courses across Canada, a mere 74 have joined The Audubon Co-Operative Sanctuary Program For Golf, as of 2018. 

 

The Audubon Co-Operative Sanctuary Program For Golf is designed to continue the environmental improvement that golf is going through, and to provide a way for the golf industry, the non-playing public, and golfers, to see how they are doing. 

 

As a business benefit, there are certainly marketing and positioning benefits to be realized with Audubon. 

 

A certified member club can use the program in their marketing to set themselves apart from their competition. 

 

Audubon courses at private clubs can instill a sense of ownership among the members as well as a sense of camaraderie among the employees. 

 

The main benefit of The Audubon Co-Operative Sanctuary Program For Golf is doing the right thing. 

 

 

 

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December 2018

 

Golf Industry Network.ca

 

Selected And Adapted Excerpts

 

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Reference — Audubon — 2018 12 15 — The Audubon Co-Operative Sanctuary Program For Golf

 

 

 

 

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Audubon International

 

 

In many ways, they seem like strange bed-fellows, but, in fact, golf courses and Audubon International are ON THE SAME SIDE. 

 

They are either trying to prove that golf courses ARE NOT, or at least DO NOT NEED TO BE, the evil villains that many environmentalists make them out to be. 

 

According to Ms Christine Kane, CEO of Audubon International   

 

Golf has evolved over time to be a much more ENVIRONMENTALLY-AWARE and ENVIRONMENTALLY-CONSCIOUS sport and business. 

 

Twenty years ago, golf was looked at as using TOO MUCH WATER, and TOO MANY CHEMICALS, so it was not seen as an environmental ally. 

 

Over the years that has changed for the better. 

 

So, while Audubon International is willing to stand shoulder to shoulder with golf courses in the battle for the hearts and souls of the general public, it is surprising how few Canadian facilities have taken advantage of it.

 

Of the thousands of golf courses across Canada, a mere 74 have joined The Audubon Co-Operative Sanctuary Program For Golf. 

 

 

[  Provinces With Audubon Certified Member Clubs In Canada As Of 2018 12 00        Alberta ( 20 )      British Columbia ( 12 )      Manitoba ( 1 )      Nova Scotia ( 2 )      Ontario ( 39 )      Prince Edward Island ( 1 )      Quebec ( 9 ).  See later segment for more details.  ] 

 

 

 

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Joining The Program

 

 

Okay, it is not as simple as just signing up. 

 

There is a program you have to go through to become a Certified Member Club, and yes, there is a cost. 

 

It is $350 ( US ) a year to be a member of Audubon International. 

 

Once you become certified, and you go through a re-certification program every three years, you have the right to advertise your golf facility as a Certified Member Club. 

 

 

 

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Categories Of The Program

 

 

The program is designed to continue the environmental improvement that golf is going through, and to provide a way for the golf industry, the non-playing public, and golfers, to see how they are doing. 

 

According to Ms Christine Kane, CEO of Audubon International   

 

The ACSP Program for Golf has six areas [ i.e. categories ] that golf courses must achieve before they can be certified. 

 

First, everyone has to start with a Site Assessment and Environmental Plan. 

 

You have to see where you are to know where you’re going. 

 

You have to provide us with that information so we can help you with suggestions and information. 

 

You have to do that first, then the next five, you can do in whatever order makes the most sense for you. 

 

The other five categories that have to be addressed are   

 

   Chemical Use Reduction [ ? ] & Safety

 

   Outreach & Education

 

   Water Conservation

 

   Water Quality Management

 

   Wildlife & Habitat Management

 

Kane says that some of those [ i.e. categories ] are self-explanatory, like trying to reduce your water, and making the most efficient use of water through design and technology. 

 

 

 

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Wildlife & Habitat Management

 

 

Wildlife & Habitat Management is one area that really seems to strike a chord with both golfers and non-golfers alike. 

 

According to Ms Christine Kane, CEO of Audubon International   

 

Many golf courses have excellent opportunities for both long-term habitat use and migratory habitat use for birds and other animals. 

 

On average, about 30 per cent of a golf course property is actually used for golf and the rest is out of play areas, or facilities, so there are plenty of opportunities to create native areas. 

 

That could be by removing invasive plants and replanting with native plants that birds, or foxes, or deer, or monarch butterflies, that need milkweed, can use. 

 

 

 

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Benefits Of The Program

 

 

So, if you’re a golf course owner or general manager, why should you be thinking about talking to your superintendent about The Audubon Co-Operative Sanctuary Program For Golf ?!?! 

 

According to Ms Christine Kane, CEO of Audubon International   

 

The main BENEFIT is doing the right thing. 

 

From a business perspective, there are certainly marketing and positioning BENEFITS to be realized. 

 

We encourage courses to use this in their marketing to set themselves apart from their competition. 

 

We hear that in private clubs, it instills a sense of ownership among the members and a sense of camaraderie among the employees. 

 

Audubon provides logos to certified member clubs that can even be incorporated into club merchandise. 

 

Ms Kane also provides this food for thought   

 

The next generation of golfers, the millennials and the Gen Zs are going to EXPECT this. 

 

They are going to EXPECT that everyone should be doing their part for the environment. 

 

Very soon we’re going to reach the point where if your golf course is not doing this, then you’re going to stick out, and that’s a big change. 

 

I think this is going to be a big wake up call for a lot of owners. 

 

For more on The Audubon Co-Operative Sanctuary Program For Golf, you can visit its web-site. 

 

 

 

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Niagara Parks Commission Golf Courses

 

 

Wildlife & Habitat Management is one aspect of the program that Mr Tom Newton is quite familiar with. 

 

Mr Newton is the Senior Golf Superintendent for the Niagara Parks Commission and oversees their three golf courses. 

 

The two courses at Legends On The Niagara were certified under The Audubon Co-Operative Sanctuary Program For Golf in 2014 and re-certified in 2017. 

 

Mr Newton is also in the process of getting certification for their Whirlpool Course. 

 

As a result of improving the Wildlife & Habitat Management at Legends On The Niagara, Mr Newton says they regularly see deer, wild turkey, foxes, coyotes, Canada geese, bald eagles, hawks, and endangered snapping turtles, as well as an abundance of fish in their ponds. 

 

The turtles have taken to laying their eggs in the sand traps and the maintenance staff, who have come to feel a connection with the program, immediately fence that small area of the bunker off with a sign explaining why and advising golfers to take a free drop somewhere else in the trap.

 

According to Mr Tom Newton   

 

I’m passionate myself about doing the right thing for the environment. 

 

 

 

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Certified Member Clubs In Canada As Of 2018 12 00

 

 

 

――――――――  Ontario ( 39 )  ――――――――

 

 

Beacon Hall Golf Club

 

Bigwin Island Golf Club

 

Cardinal Golf Club

 

Cedar Brae Golf & Country Club

 

Donalda Club

 

Glen Abbey Golf Club

 

Granite Golf Club

 

Greensmere Golf & Country Club

 

Hamilton Golf & Country Club

 

King’s Riding Golf Club

 

Ladies’ Golf Club Of Toronto

 

Lake Joseph Golf Club

 

Legends On The Niagara

 

Loyalist Country Club

 

Markham Green Golf Club

 

Markl& Wood Golf Club

 

Mississaugua Golf & Country Club

 

Oakdale Golf & Country Club

 

Oslerbrook Golf & Country Club

 

Ottawa Hunt & Golf Club, Limited

 

Petawawa Golf Club

 

Pheasant Run Golf Club

 

RiverBend Golf Club    Community

 

Rocky Crest Golf Club

 

Scarboro Golf & Country Club

 

Springfield Golf & Country Club

 

Saint George’s Golf & Country Club

 

Saint Thomas Golf & Country Club

 

Station Creek Golf Club

 

Stonebridge Golf Club

 

Sunningdale Golf & Country Club

 

The Ridge At Manitou Golf Club

 

The Rock Golf Club

 

The Toronto Golf Club

 

Thornhill Country Club

 

Westview Golf Club

 

Whitevale Golf Club

 

Wooden Sticks Golf Club

 

York Downs Golf & Country Club

 

 

 

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Calgary Golf & Country Club

 

Canmore Golf & Curling Club

 

Country Hills Golf Club

 

D’Arcy Ranch Golf Club

 

Earl Grey Golf Club

 

Fairmont Banff Springs Golf Course

 

Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge Golf Club

 

Highwood Golf & Country Club

 

Innisfail Golf Club

 

Lethbridge Country Club

 

Olds Central Highlands Golf Course

 

Paradise Canyon Golf Resort

 

Priddis Greens Golf & Country Club

 

Royal Mayfair Golf Club

 

Silvertip Resort

 

Stewart Creek Golf & Country Club

 

The Glencoe Golf & Country Club

 

The Winston Golf Club

 

Turner Valley Golf & Country Club

 

Willow Park Golf & Country Club

 

 

 

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Capilano Golf & Country Club

 

Cordova Bay Golf Course

 

Fairmont Chateau Whistler Golf Club

 

Fraserview Golf Course

 

Gleneagles Golf Course

 

Highland Pacific Golf

 

McCleery Golf Club

 

Point Grey Golf & Country Club

 

Salmon Arm Golf Club

 

Uplands Golf Club

 

Vancouver Parks Board    Langara Golf

 

Whistler Golf Club

 

 

 

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Beaconsfield Golf Club

 

Fairmont Le Chateau Montebello Golf Club

 

Hillsdale Golf & Country Club

 

Mount Bruno Country Club

 

Rivermead Golf Club

 

Royal Ottawa Golf Club

 

Summerlea Golf & Country Club

 

The Royal Montreal Golf Club

 

Whitlock Golf & Country Club

 

 

 

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Cabot Cliffs

 

Cabot Links

 

 

 

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Saint Charles Country Club

 

 

 

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Links At Crowbush Cove Golf Course

 

 

 

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Explore the following links …

 

Audubon

 

 

According to Mr Ronald G Dodson, Founder & First President of Audubon International   

 

 

Brown Is NOT Better Than Green

 

http://pesticidetruths.com/2012/12/13/go-brown-anti-cosmetic-golf-maintenance-who-wants-to-play-golf-on-brown-garbage-dumps-ron-dodson-united-states-golf-association-usga-2012-12-13/

 

 

Efficient Turfgrass Management

 

http://pesticidetruths.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/12/Force-Of-Nature-Golf-2010-07-28-Wisdom-of-Dodson-GO-BROWN-Anti-Cosmetic-Maintenance-Brown-NOT-Sustainable-pdf.pdf

 

 

 

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Background Information

 

Description Of Activist-Superintendents

 

 

« Activist-Superintendents » Can

Only Be Described As Failures

 

They Are Most Certainly Not The

Planet’s Great Conservationists

 

 

Unfortunately, some golf facilities are infested with so-called « activist-superintendents ». 

 

They reject « correct and disciplined » turf maintenance practices that provide paying golf-customers with high-quality playing conditions and aesthetics. 

 

What possible benefit can be touted by « activist-superintendents » for unilaterally and arbitrarily adopting incorrect and undisciplined doctrines ?!?! 

 

They allow themselves to become distracted with failed, unproven, incorrect, and undisciplined doctrines that DO NOT WORK, such as     

 

   go brown anti-cosmetic golf maintenance      fertilizer nutrient reduction      integrated pest management practices ( IPM )      Micah’s MLSN cheat sheet      minimal levels for sustainable nutrition      organic maintenance      Pace Turf’s climate appraisal      self-imposing restrictions & prohibitions against pesticides & fossil fuels      spot spray & spot treatment replacing blanket application      switching to ineffective green alternative pesticides      zero cultivation & reduced core aeration. 

 

These doctrines are NOT outstanding, NOT innovative, and NOT interesting ideas    they are all FAILURES ! 

 

Do « activist-superintendents » understand that they are not employed to experiment with doctrines that DO NOT WORK ?!?! 

 

Why do they chose to ignore the overwhelming science-based, time-tested, correct, and disciplined turf maintenance practices ?!?! 

 

Especially when the alternative is dead grass and useless playing surfaces. 

 

Consequently, « activist-superintendents » create NEGATIVE WAVES for the golf industry. 

 

Many observers believe that « activist-superintendents » represent the greatest threats to the golf industry today. 

 

Their use of incorrect and undisciplined maintenance doctrines may be considered as attacks against the Golf Industry. 

 

By adopting these doctrines, observers question the « activist-superintendents’ » ability and competence to provide what paying golf-customers demand    high-quality playing conditions and aesthetics. 

 

Those golf courses where these incorrect maintenance doctrines have been adopted can expect to have dead grass and useless playing surfaces. 

 

Who wants to play golf on #@!!% pest-infested garbage dumps ?!?!

 

Should the adoption of these doctrines become grounds for termination ?!?! 

 

In order to deter « activist-superintendents », perhaps a Master Plan For Correct Turf Maintenance Practices should be written into their contracts. 

 

These activists simply do not deserve to work in the golf industry that they threaten, attack, and betray. 

 

They are not paid to be activists    they are paid to satisfy paying golf-customers with high-quality playing conditions and aesthetics. 

 

Do golf-customers really want to tolerate the #@!!% nonsense of incorrect and undisciplined maintenance doctrines of « activist-superintendents » ?!?! 

 

 

 

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Negative Waves

 

 

The Confessions Of An Activist-Superintendent

 

http://pesticidetruths.com/2018/12/09/attacks-against-the-golf-industry-the-confessions-of-an-activist-superintendent-failure-to-provide-paying-golf-customers-with-high-quality-playing-conditions-aesthetics-2018-12-02/

 

 

Activist-Superintendents On The Sunshine Coast

 

http://pesticidetruths.com/2018/03/09/lying-sacks-of-cr%d0%b6p-who-betray-the-golf-industry-lunat%d0%b6c-activist-superintendents-managers-on-the-sunshine-coast-in-british-columbia-2018-02-22/

 

 

Activist-Superintendents In The District Of Saanich

 

http://pesticidetruths.com/2018/02/20/municipal-prohibition-failures-in-saanich-politically-correct-rubbish-multiple-false-pretexts-inconsistent-unfair-exception-statuses-2018-02-20/

 

 

Go Brown Doctrine Adopted By Activist-Superintendents

 

http://pesticidetruths.com/2018/04/13/go-brown-failure-of-anti-cosmetic-go-brown-anti-cosmetic-pesticide-hating-golf-course-doctrine-chambers-bay-golf-course-the-u-s-open-golf-championship-2017-07-08/

 

 

Golf Course Damaged Because No One Applied Pesticides

 

http://pesticidetruths.com/2013/10/08/organic-pesticide-free-golf-courses-no-one-wants-to-play-golf-on-pest-infested-garbage-dumps-hyde-park-golf-course-2013-10-01/

 

 

Owners Fail To Demand High-Quality Playing Conditions

 

http://pesticidetruths.com/2013/11/10/golf-course-superintendent-position-golf-facility-owners-fail-to-demand-high-quality-playing-conditions-saint-paul-golf-club-2013-11-07/

 

 

Playing On #@!!% Garbage Dump Golf Courses

 

Photo Gallery That Includes Golf Courses

 

http://pesticidetruths.com/toc/carnage-leading-to-garbage-dump-green-spaces-photo-gallery/

 

 

Issues That Must Be Addressed By The Golf Industry

 

http://pesticidetruths.com/toc/golf-industry-critical-issues/

 

 

 

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Positive Waves

 

 

Library About Positive Waves For Society

 

http://pesticidetruths.com/toc/positive-waves-library/

 

 

Library About The Benefits Of Turfgrasses

 

http://pesticidetruths.com/toc/positive-waves-benefits/

 

 

Planet’s Great Conservationists

 

http://pesticidetruths.com/toc/positive-waves/

 

 

 

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FIELDS OF UNIVERSITY STUDY         Crop, Horticulture, & Turfgrass Sciences      Mathematics & Physics

 

ALMA MATERS         McGill University      University of Guelph      the first person ever to obtain bachelors of science degrees & contribute directly to both the professional lawn care & golf maintenance industries. 

 

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NOTABLE ACTIVITIES         worked in virtually all aspects of the green space industry, including golf maintenance, professional lawn care, tree & shrub care, distribution, environmental compliance, government negotiations, public affairs, & workplace safety      the supervisor, consultant, &, programmer for the successful execution of hundreds-of-thousands of management operations in the golf course & urban landscape, as well as millions of pest control applications      the advisor, instructor, & trainer for thousands of turf & ornamental managers & technicians      the pesticide certification instructor for thousands of industry workers      a founder of the modern professional lawn care industry      the prolific writer for industry publications, reports, & blogs      the first to confirm the invasion of European Chafer insects in both the Montreal region & the Vancouver / Fraser Valley region      with Dr Peter Dernoeden, the first to confirm the presence of Take All Patch as a disease of turf in Eastern Canada      with Dr David Shetlar, the first to confirm the presence of Kentucky Bluegrass Scale as an insect pest in south-western Ontario, & later, in the Montreal & Vancouver regions. 

 

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NOTABLE AWARD         the first man-of-the-year for contributions leading to the successful founding of the Quebec professional lawn care trade association, which served as a beach-head against anti-pesticide activists in the 1980s & 1990s. 

 

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