GCSAA awarded funds, through the GCSAA Chapter Outreach Grant Program, to 11 chapters in support of their efforts to promote their members and the golf course superintendent profession. In all, GCSAA distributed $25,000 in grants to chapters.
Applications are now open for the 2014 GCSAA/Golf Digest Environmental Leaders in Golf Awards, which recognize superintendents and golf courses for their commitment to environmental stewardship. This year's awards, presented in partnership with Syngenta and Rain Bird, feature new criteria for the contest. Learn more and apply by Sept. 30.
Don't miss your chance to apply for the Melrose Leadership Academy, which supports the professional development of GCSAA member superintendents by providing individuals the opportunity to attend the Golf Industry Show.
Get the latest on the GR department's current focus: H-2B, appropriations, NPDES (H.R. 935) and the proposed Waters of the United States rule. John Miller, CGCS, Great Lake's field staff, reviewed Michigan Gold Day activities as well as a Cook County, Illinois, noise ordinance.
The 2014 Chapter Delegates Meeting will be held Oct. 14-16 at GCSAA Headquarters in Lawrence, Kan.
Find out more about superintendent salary trends, golf course operations and regulations in your state or region:
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