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Author(s):Bouts, Trent
Title:Changing minds in Georgia
Source:Sustainable Golf Practices. Summer 2011, p. [1-2].
# of Pages:2
Publishing Information:[Lawrence, KS], The Environmental Institute for Golf
Keywords:TIC Keywords: Employment; Golf courses in the environment; Golf industry; Non-golfer perceptions; Personal profile; Sustainable land management; Water conservation; Water use
Subjects' Names:Couch, Carol
Abstract/Contents:Profiles Carol Couch, focusing on her experience "during a six-year term as director of the Georgia Environmental Protection Division, [which] convinced Couch that one of the most sustainable practices the golf industry can undertake is to knock on doors and tell its story." Mentions Couch's perceptions of the golf industry prior to becoming director, and explains that "the Georgia Golf Course Superintendents Association...managed to transform golf's persona from a game to an industry that provided jobs and significant economic benefit." Details Couch's role in helping to preserve the golf industry in terms of irrigation water use.
Note:Pictures, color
See Also:Other items relating to: Water Conservation - Golf
ASA/CSSA/SSSA Citation (Crop Science-Like - may be incomplete):
Bouts, T. 2011. Changing minds in Georgia. Sustainable Golf Practices. p. [1-2].
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