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    GCEP pest management survey results released
    Results from GCSAA’s second Pest Management Practices Survey show that superintendents reduced their reliance on pesticides since the first survey results in 2007. In turn, courses have increased their reliance on non-pesticide pest control practices such as cultural control, plant growth regulators and biological control. The survey is part of the Golf Course Environmental Profile, conducted by GCSAA through the EIFG and funded by the USGA.

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GCSAA advocates on your behalf at the local, state and national levels of government. Plus, we can help you take action in your region.

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Visit Government Affairs Online for access to critical and relevant advocacy and compliance information and resources. Learn more about legislative and regulatory issues impacting your facility, join the GCSAA Grassroots Network and volunteer to serve as a GCSAA Grassroots Ambassador.

GCSAA Government Affairs Quarterly Briefings – updates on what is going on in Congress and advocacy activities impacting the association and its members. Listen to past briefings.  

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Submit EGA Award nominations
Nominations are now open for the GCSAA Excellence in Government Affairs Award, which recognizes an individual, chapter or coalition/alliance that demonstrates outstanding advocacy or compliance efforts. Nominations are open until Oct. 14.

GCSAA seeks Grassroots Ambassadors
GCSAA is taking its government relations efforts to the next level with GCSAA Grassroots Ambassadors. The goal is to match a member of GCSAA with each member of Congress, and to build strong relationships between them. The program will establish a network of committed volunteers to serve as the “go-to” people for lawmakers and their staff on golf course management issues.

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