• PGA of America pledges of $100,000 to EIFG

    The PGA of America has announced it will contribute $100,000 over the next three years to EIFG. The gift will be used to support research, environmental programs and advocacy efforts for the golf industry.

  • 2017 Melrose Leadership Academy selected

    Nineteen GCSAA members have been chosen for the 2017 Melrose Leadership Academy, which is administered by the EIFG. The Melrose Leadership Academy supports professional development by providing individuals the opportunity to attend the Golf Industry Show.

  • Superintendents: Energy use survey now open

    The latest Golf Course Environmental Profile survey, conducted by GCSAA through the EIFG and funded by the USGA, is open through Dec. 12. The Energy Use and Environmental Practices Survey will gather critical information on energy conservation practices, energy audits, written plans, and behavioral, design and other conservation changes.

  • GCEP pest management survey results released

    Results from GCSAA’s second Pest Management Practices Survey show that superintendents reduced their reliance on pesticides since the first survey results in 2007. In turn, courses have increased their reliance on non-pesticide pest control practices such as cultural control, plant growth regulators and biological control. The survey is part of the Golf Course Environmental Profile, conducted by GCSAA through the EIFG and funded by the USGA.

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    Rounds 4 Research: Auctioning rounds of golf to fund turfgrass research

    GCSAA chapters are signing up to partner in the EIFG's program to raise research funds on the local level.

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