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FW: "Green" Golf Courses



Here are 2 responses that were not directed back through P2tech, in case others are interested.
Thanks to all who responded for the leads.



-----Original Message-----
From:	Anderson-EQE, Keith 
Sent:	Monday, February 28, 2000 7:35 AM
To:	Karl E Dewahl
Subject:	"Green" Golf Courses

Hi Eric

	You can start with the United states golf association http://www.usga/green  
this has some good links to help you find your answer.  Also at this site 
there is a link to the Golf Course Superintendants association.  
http://www.gcsaa.org   good luck. I will do some futher net searching at 
home.  To help you out. 

Keith

Keith R. Anderson
Environmental Engineer IV
Compliance & Enforcement
keith.anderson@state.ma.us
508.792.7692 x 3751


-----Original Message-----
From:	Priest.Donald@epamail.epa.gov 
Sent:	Monday, February 28, 2000 8:32 AM
To:	Karl E Dewahl
Subject:	Golf Course BMPs



US Environmental protection Agency, Region 10 has several documents available on
Golf Course development and maintenance practices.  For example, there is a King
County (WA) book "Best Management Practices for Golf Course Development and
Operation".  The Washington State Department of Ecology also sponsored several
seminars on golf course Integrated Pest Management (IPM) from which a "hand out"
package can be copied for forwarding.
Please,  provide an postal address and I will forward a "care package" of golf
course IPM stuff.