18 Holes of Local Treasure

Start Date
07/27/2018
End Date
07/27/2018
Description
Bound on its western edge by mangroves and a salt water slough and on its eastern edge by a freshwater slough, the Sanctuary and core Golf routing runs through the upland pine flat woods and adjacent scrub habitat of our unique western Florida coast. By way of pre-golf introduction by staff, playing the golf course and the tournament, including an on course educational signage and informational yardage book that serves as guidance and an 18 hole Q&A resource, participants will take a self-guided educational tour of an Audubon Sanctuary Golf Course truly rooted in our community and environment.
Location
Bonita Springs, FL
Distance Learning
No
Course Equivalency
No
Subjects
Parks & Recreation
Health, Safety and Welfare
No
Hours
2.0
Learning Outcomes
Recognize the purpose and fit of golf course routing through this coastal ecosystem of uplands and sloughs., Identify native flora and fauna within the golf envelope and the broad relationship of its ecological cross section., Identify the littoral vegetation within the golf envelope and its effect on habitat and water quality., Understand the requirements of the Audubon Program from design through ongoing environmental and course management., Understand irrigation, water, exotic plants and fertilization management of the Sanctuary., With the participation of the local First Tee Program, introduce middle and high school students to the LA profession.
Instructors
Kevin Mangan, Thomas Trettis, Dave Allyn, & Jason Brod
Website Registration
Course Codes
Course # 0011022
Provider
FL|ASLA


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