GCSAA is seeking data from superintendents regarding water use and conservation practices to update much-needed information and compare golf's current landscape to information collected in a survey conducted eight years ago. The Golf Course Environment Profile Water Use and Conservation Survey must be completed by Nov. 17.
Register now for the Oct. 8 Government Relations Quarterly briefing for a quick update on congressional activities, the November election, WOTUS and more. This free, members-only webinar offers the latest news on the advocacy activities impacting the association and its members.
Don't miss your chance to nominate an individual or group for the GCSAA Excellence in Government Relations Award, which recognizes those who demonstrate outstanding advocacy or compliance efforts in government relations. Nominations are due by Oct. 15.
The 2014 Chapter Delegates Meeting will be held Oct. 14-16 at GCSAA Headquarters in Lawrence, Kan.
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This region includes Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Rhode Island, Vermont and Ontario.