Golf course owners put emphasis on ecology and wildlife
Owners of the Sixth Avenue Golf & Country Club in Lively, Ont. have committed themselves to making their course as environmentally-friendly as possible.
The owners of an executive golf course near Sudbury, Ont. have dedicated themselves to making the property a model of ecological business. In order to promote an environmentally-friendly haven for wildlife, they have adopted a traditional Scottish design aimed at minimizing pesticide use and creating wildlife habitat.
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