Where birdies fly

Where birdies fly

Glacier golf club gets environmental sanctuary certification
Native grasses have been planted throughout The Glacier Club course. The club has been certified by the Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary Program, which grades golf courses on environmental planning, wildlife and habitat management, and water conservation and quality.
As trout swim around one of the fish ponds at the Glacier Club, Mark Hanson, golf course superintendent, talks about environmental features built into the area.
Logs have been placed in the trout ponds at the Glacier Club to help give the trout shelter from hungry birds of prey. The club grounds were developed to create distinct areas – wetlands, forest, uplands, golf course and residential.
Flowers bloom in the newly constructed butterfly garden at the Glacier Club.

Where birdies fly

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Native grasses have been planted throughout The Glacier Club course. The club has been certified by the Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary Program, which grades golf courses on environmental planning, wildlife and habitat management, and water conservation and quality.
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As trout swim around one of the fish ponds at the Glacier Club, Mark Hanson, golf course superintendent, talks about environmental features built into the area.
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Logs have been placed in the trout ponds at the Glacier Club to help give the trout shelter from hungry birds of prey. The club grounds were developed to create distinct areas – wetlands, forest, uplands, golf course and residential.
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Flowers bloom in the newly constructed butterfly garden at the Glacier Club.
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