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Category Archives: Ecology

Last chance to enter the 2018 Golf Environment Awards

Last chance to enter the 2018 Golf Environment Awards

Ecology, Environments, Features / 17th July 2017

LAST CHANCE: The Golf Environment Awards application deadline is approaching! Have you entered yet?     STRI Group and The R&A encourage all eco-friendly clubs,…

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Twelve amazing golf course wildlife projects

Twelve amazing golf course wildlife projects

Ecology, Environments, Features / 12th July 2017

Golf courses are not just great for a quick nine holes, they are also great areas for wildlife. STRI’s ecology consultant, Teneille Barwick, wades into…

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STRI strengthens ecology and environment team

STRI strengthens ecology and environment team

Ecology, Environments, News / 11th May 2017

STRI Group has expanded its UK regional ecology and environment operation by bringing in two new consultants.     Teneille Barwick joins STRI after moving…

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GEA Winners Trip to the Algarve

GEA Winners Trip to the Algarve

Ecology, News / 7th April 2017

The winners of the Golf Environment Awards 2017 have arrived back in the UK following a truly memorable champions’ trip to the Algarve.   Alex…

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STRI talk to Turf Business about the Golf Environment Awards

STRI talk to Turf Business about the Golf Environment Awards

Ecology, News / 14th March 2017

STRI ecologists Bob Taylor and Sophie Vukelic talk to Turf Business about the Golf Environment Awards (GEA).     The winners of the 2017 Golf…

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The impact of woodland thinning and tree removal in golf

The impact of woodland thinning and tree removal in golf

Ecology, Features / 10th March 2017

by @striturf_bob Woodland thinning and tree removal are an essential part of greenkeeping. It’s necessary to ensure optimum turfgrass quality by way of air flow…

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Managing gorse across UK links courses

Managing gorse across UK links courses

Ecology, Features / 3rd March 2017

by @striturf_richw and @striturf_sophie Gorse is a very important component of links courses around the UK. It provides shelter and nesting habitat for birds and mammals,…

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Spring Checklist: 10 ecological things to consider before March

Spring Checklist: 10 ecological things to consider before March

Ecology, Environments, Features / 9th February 2017

by @striturf_sophie March signals the beginning of many wildlife events, some of which determine how we manage the landscape. Whether you manage a golf course…

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Taylor announced as speaker at BIGGA Scottish Conference

Taylor announced as speaker at BIGGA Scottish Conference

Ecology, Environments, News / 8th February 2017

STRI’s head of ecology, Bob Taylor, will be among the speakers at the BIGGA Scotland Golf Industry Conference 2017.     Taking place at Perth…

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#Training. Join @striturf and @EnglandGolf for a series of practical workshops on making your #greens perform bette… https://t.co/ooi6fMpJHg about 2 hours ago