|All six courses have blue bird boxes the length of every fairway, 182 in all, making it the longest monitored trail in the southeast. skidawayaudubon.org/projects/bluebird-trail|
|Three holes on the western marsh where terrapin turtles lay their eggs in marsh side bunkers have turtle nesting boxes. skidawayaudubon.org/projects/terrapin-turtle-rescue|
|The club has donated land that was previously used as turf farm for a wildlife sanctuary/pollinator garden and an additional 3+ acres is leased out as a community garden. skidawayaudubon.org/projects/sparrow-field|
|Since 2002, all six courses have been certified as Audubon Cooperative Sanctuaries. skidawayaudubon/golfcourses|
For more, click here to read Dick Miller’s 2013 booklet Environmental Stewardship at The Landings: A Priority That Defines Us.
The club has made a major commitment to reducing water use. An irrigation system uses collected storm water and reclaimed water through surficial wells before using potable water; and a state-of-the-art computer-driven irrigation system has resulted in 70% reduction in potable water use.
Course management includes a policy to keep non-playing areas naturalized for food and shelter for wildlife.
For more information, visit www.landingsclub.com.