Wildlife-Friendly Golf Courses

Open spaces are shrinking. Though obvious to most outdoor lovers, when we lose this open space (parks, nature centers or the ever-so-rare undeveloped land), we lose the good things that open space provides. We lose recreational opportunities, we lose the places in which to interact with nature, we lose habitat for our wildlife friends and, consequently, we may lose our native wildlife. Ironically, we also decrease the value of our homes and cities–the very things eating up our open space. …


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