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  • 10/27/2014 12:30 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)
    KAILUA-KONA, HI – After meeting the strict environmental criteria and requirements of the Audubon International Signature Program, Kohanaiki has been designated as the first Certified Signature Sanctuary in the state of Hawai`i.


    “The entire Kohanaiki team is proud to have reached this benchmark and shares the commitment of taking care of the land with Audubon International,” said Joe Root, President and Chief Executive Officer of Kohanaiki.


    To become certified, Signature Program members must implement and follow a site-specific Natural Resource Management Plan (NRMP) that addresses wildlife conservation and habitat enhancement, water quality monitoring and management, integrated pest management, water conservation, energy efficiency, waste reduction and management, and green building products and procedures. Receiving designation as a Certified Signature Sanctuary is contingent upon the quality and completeness of the NRMP and its implementation.


    “The completion of this golf course has been a while in coming, but it is certainly worth the wait,” said Nancy Richardson, Signature Program Director. “Kohanaiki is representative of a sustainable approach to development with a special focus on water quality protection, wildlife habitat, historical and cultural preservation. It will serve as a model for other projects not only in Hawai`i but the world as well.”


    Kohanaiki, a 450-acre private residential community on Hawai`i's Big Island, is located two miles south of Kona International Airport and five miles north of Kailua-Kona. It is home to a Rees Jones-designed 18-hole golf course, 9-acre Practice Facility, Clubhouse, multiple restaurants, and other amenities. Stretching along a mile and a half of coastline on the island’s leeward side, with room for 500 homes, Kohanaiki is dotted with more than 200 anchialine pools that range from the size of a fist to a swimming pool and lie mostly between the golf course and the sea. These pools were historically utilized by Hawaiians to raise fish and shrimp and the waters used for cooking, drinking and bathing. There are also 13 Ahu (rock shrines) running parallel to the anchialine pools, and an existing historic trail (Mamalahoa Trail) crosses through the property. The Kaloko-Honokōhau National Historic Park borders the property to the south and the shoreline of the Pacific Ocean forms the western edge.


    Kohanaiki takes its name from its traditional land division, the Kohanaiki ahupua`a, which stretches from the sea to the mountain. These lands sustained a thriving village up until the early 19th century, where islanders harvested fish from the sea and fishponds, and cultivated gourds, coconuts, and taro on upland slopes. Kohanaiki’s name means “small bareness” and refers to the lava flows that cover its lower slopes, disgorged by Mount Hualālai 3,000-5,000 years ago.


    Environmental highlights of the project include:
    • Drainage – Drainage water from the golf course is routed to dry wells that contain charcoal to filter out pollutants. This also provides protection for the holes near the ocean and anchialine pools.


    • Water Monitoring – To ensure that the anchialine pools and Pacific Ocean are not degraded from construction or long-term use of the property, a water quality-monitoring program was implemented and continues into the operational and long-term management phase of the project.


    • Vegetative Buffers – Tall native grasses along the edge of the numerous water bodies help to filter the water and prevent erosion. A 25-foot “no spray zone” ensures that pesticides will be absorbed before they reach any water body.


    • Landscaping – Xeriscaping, the use of drought tolerant plants to reduce or eliminate additional watering, has been implemented throughout the property to promote efficient irrigation practices and reduce maintenance.


    • Waste Management Program – A property-wide waste management program is in place to ensure the sustainable use and reuse of almost all products and to enable the creation of soil from landscape materials.


    • Endangered Species – The Hawaiian Stilt (Ae`o), federally and state listed as endangered, nests on site. The Hawaiian Monk Seal, one of the rarest mammals in the world, and the Nene, the world’s rarest goose, can also be spotted around the property.


  • 10/20/2014 10:10 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)
    MONTGOMERY, TX – Bluejack National, an exceptional community and championship golf course in Montgomery, Texas, currently under development, has recently registered as a member of the Audubon International Classic Program becoming the first and only Classic Program member in the state of Texas.
    Created over nine years ago, the Classic Program was designed for projects involved in changes on their property. “Through this program we work with landowners as they go through construction and then assist in establishing a maintenance program that focuses on natural resource management,” says Nancy Richardson, Classic Program Director.


    “Environmental sustainability is a priority to everyone connected to the Bluejack National property,” said Eric Bauer, Director of Agronomy, Bluejack National. “We are all stewards of the environment, so being the first Audubon International Classic Program member in Texas is a proud first step in our partnership to preserve the legacy of the land.”


    Besides Bluejack National, currently there are 13 Classic Program members in five countries (Canada, Singapore, China, Indonesia, and Bahamas,) and four states in the United States (Florida, Tennessee, Washington, and New York). Five members are certified in Indonesia, China (2), Florida, and Tennessee.


    Based on the environmental framework provided by Audubon International, Classic Program members design and then implement a Classic Program Management Plan (CPMP) for the property by addressing the following issues: Wildlife Conservation and Habitat Enhancement, Water Quality Monitoring and Management, Integrated Pest Management, Water Conservation, Energy Efficiency, and Waste Management. The designation of Certified Classic Sanctuary is contingent upon the quality and completeness of the NRMP and its implementation keeping in mind that the property is an already disturbed land area.


    Audubon International looks forward to working with Bluejack toward Classic Program certification.


    About Bluejack National
    Bluejack National is a world-class private club and community 45 minutes northwest of Houston, TX. Located on 755 acres of gently rolling countryside within the piney woods of historic Montgomery County, Bluejack National features the first Tiger Woods-designed championship golf course and short course expected to open in the nation. The lush property will be home to 386 private residents, 550 memberships, and offer exceptional luxury lifestyle amenities, dining, wellness center, corporate entertainment options and family recreational activities. 35 acres of fishing lakes and approximately seven miles of beautiful hiking, biking and running trails link the amenities to the Bluejack National neighborhoods. Bluejack National is a Beacon Land Development property in partnership with Lantern Asset Management. Beacon Land Development was founded by luxury resort and private club industry leader Michael Abbott and 2014 PGA Professional of the Year and Bluejack National President, Casey Paulson. For more information, please visit www.bluejacknational.com or on Facebook and Twitter.


  • 10/20/2014 9:59 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)
    TROY, NY - Environmental nonprofit Audubon International is excited to announce that international golf business specialist Henry B. DeLozier has joined its board of directors.


    DeLozier is recognized around the world for his leadership in strategic planning for golf-related businesses, and he was called one of the “Most Influential People in Golf” since 1999 by the Crittenden publications. He joined Global Golf Advisors in 2008 as a principal after nine years as the vice president of Golf of Pulte Homes, where he helped the company become the largest developer of golf communities and golf courses in the United States.

    “We couldn't be happier about Henry DeLozier's appointment to our Board of Directors,” said Doug Bechtel, executive director of Audubon International. “Henry's expertise in golf and community development, finance, and marketing will help Audubon International expand our reach and relevance with new partners and stakeholders.”


    DeLozier serves on the Employers Advisory Council for the Professional Golfers Association of America (PGA). He is also a Past President of the Board of Directors for the National Golf Course Owners Association (NGCOA) in America. He received his Bachelor of Arts degree from Oklahoma State University where he was an All-American Golfer.


    “The work of Audubon International is vital to the continued engagement of golf and golfers in support of environmental programs, concerns and initiatives,” said DeLozier. “I welcome the opportunity to do my part.”


  • 08/26/2014 11:49 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)
    TROY, NY – Audubon International’s Green Lodging Program has partnered with hotel booking website Bookdifferent.com to encourage travelers to stay in hotels that are certified by eco-labels as having environmentally friendly practices. The Netherlands-based not-for-profit booking site in the first in the world to indicate which hotels have obtained certification.

    Bastiaan Fronik, chairman at Bookdifferent.com, said, “We believe there is a strong awareness among leisure and business travelers alike for sustainability programs such as Audubon International’s Green Lodging Program, and that will continue to grow.”

    In addition to making it easy for travelers to book certified hotels, Bookdifferent.com supports charities by donating 50 percent of the booking revenue to a charity of the customer’s choice. Audubon International is one of the many charities that are supported in this way.

    “Bookdifferent.com has a wonderful business model that allows travelers to make the world a bit better of a place simply by booking a hotel,” said Katie Hopkins, associate director of outreach & communications at Audubon International. “We are proud to partner with this website to encourage travelers to book green hotels, and also to give our own Certified Green Lodging Properties the recognition they deserve.”

    About Bookdifferent.com
    The aim of the hotel booking site is to make travel sustainable and social. Bookdifferent.com offers 515,000 accommodations worldwide, 6,400 of which have been awarded one or more high-quality eco-labels. The organization donates 50 percent of booking revenues to charity while maintaining a 100 percent best price guarantee. To find out more visit http://www.bookdifferent.com/en/.


  • 08/08/2014 2:41 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    HONOLULU, HI – Four of Marriott Vacation Club’s resorts in the state of Hawai’i recently achieved high rankings in Audubon International’s Green Lodging Program. Marriott’s Ko Olina Beach Club on Oahu and Marriott’s Maui Ocean Club on Maui both achieved Platinum Certification, and Marriott’s Waiohai Beach Club and Marriott’s Kauai Lagoons–Kalanipu’u, both on Kauai, achieved Gold Certification.


    The environmental highlights of the four properties include recycling, use of energy efficient lighting and Energy Star appliances, and window coverings that reduce solar heat gain. The two Platinum Certified properties also have implemented an Energy Management System that monitors all aspects of the buildings’ heating and cooling systems including the ability to adjust thermostats for energy savings when rooms are unoccupied.


    “It is clear that the Marriott Vacation Club properties in Hawai’i take the responsibility of protecting the natural environment very seriously,” said Fred Realbuto, Chief of Operations at Audubon International. “For instance, each of the properties employs its own landscaping staff. As one walks the grounds of these properties, it becomes abundantly clear that there is pride of ownership in the selection and placement of each plant and tree.”


    These four Marriott Vacation Club resorts are the first resorts in Hawaii and among 63 in the world to be designated by Audubon International as Certified Green Lodging Properties. Certified properties are rated in the categories of Communication and Education; Waste Reduction, Reuse, and Recycling; Water Conservation, Energy Efficiency, and Indoor Air Quality. To earn certification, all properties receive a site visit by an Audubon International staff member and undergo a recertification process every three years.

    “We are very proud of these environmental achievements and recognition by Audubon International at our resorts in Hawai’i,” said Ed Kinney, vice president, corporate affairs and communications, Marriott Vacations Worldwide Corporation. “For more than 30 years, our Marriott Vacation Club resorts and associates have demonstrated a passionate commitment to the environment. We are constantly seeking new opportunities that support our green initiatives worldwide and value our ongoing relationship with Audubon International.”

    About Marriott Vacation Club
    Marriott Vacation Club is a global leader in vacation ownership with over 415,000 Owners, a diverse portfolio of 54 resorts and more than 12,000 timeshare villas throughout the U.S., Caribbean, Europe and Asia. Marriott Vacation Club is a brand of Marriott Vacations Worldwide Corporation, the leading global pure-play vacation ownership company. For more information please visit www.marriottvacationclub.com or nightly rentals visit www.marriott.com. Follow us on Twitter at www.twitter.com/MarriottVacClub and find us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/marriottvacationclub.

    HONOLULU, HI – Four of Marriott Vacation Club’s resorts in the state of Hawai’i recently achieved high rankings in Audubon International’s Green Lodging Program. Marriott’s Ko Olina Beach Club on Oahu and Marriott’s Maui Ocean Club on Maui both achieved Platinum Certification, and Marriott’s Waiohai Beach Club and Marriott’s Kauai Lagoons–Kalanipu’u, both on Kauai, achieved Gold Certification.

    The environmental highlights of the four properties include recycling, use of energy efficient lighting and Energy Star appliances, and window coverings that reduce solar heat gain. The two Platinum Certified properties also have implemented an Energy Management System that monitors all aspects of the buildings’ heating and cooling systems including the ability to adjust thermostats for energy savings when rooms are unoccupied.

    “It is clear that the Marriott Vacation Club properties in Hawai’i take the responsibility of protecting the natural environment very seriously,” said Fred Realbuto, Chief of Operations at Audubon International. “For instance, each of the properties employs its own landscaping staff. As one walks the grounds of these properties, it becomes abundantly clear that there is pride of ownership in the selection and placement of each plant and tree.”

    These four Marriott Vacation Club resorts are the first resorts in Hawaii and among 63 in the world to be designated by Audubon International as Certified Green Lodging Properties. Certified properties are rated in the categories of Communication and Education; Waste Reduction, Reuse, and Recycling; Water Conservation, Energy Efficiency, and Indoor Air Quality. To earn certification, all properties receive a site visit by an Audubon International staff member and undergo a recertification process every three years.

    “We are very proud of these environmental achievements and recognition by Audubon International at our resorts in Hawai’i,” said Ed Kinney, vice president, corporate affairs and communications, Marriott Vacations Worldwide Corporation. “For more than 30 years, our Marriott Vacation Club resorts and associates have demonstrated a passionate commitment to the environment. We are constantly seeking new opportunities that support our green initiatives worldwide and value our ongoing relationship with Audubon International.”

  • 07/15/2014 2:01 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    WASHINGTON, DC – The Propane Education & Research Council announces it has partnered with environmental nonprofit Audubon International to advance the use of clean, low-emission propane equipment, which aligns with Audubon International’s mission to facilitate responsible environmental management practices.


    PERC’s support of Audubon International demonstrates a commitment to promoting awareness of propane’s environmental benefits. This partnership will explore various demonstrations and educational programs that increase awareness of propane as an alternative fuel and available incentives. With the availability of propane-powered landscape and turf equipment, propane autogas vehicles, commercial heating systems, and agricultural equipment from a variety of manufacturers, many industries can experience the fuel’s benefits.


    Propane significantly reduces greenhouse gas emissions and smog-forming hydrocarbons compared with conventional fuels. Simply switching from gasoline- and diesel-fueled equipment to propane-powered equipment can reduce carbon pollution and help communities implement environmental initiatives.


    “As the country’s leading alternative fuel, clean, American-made propane is already positively impacting thousands of communities,” says Roy Willis, PERC’s president and CEO. “This partnership will allow us to educate many more groups on propane’s environmental benefits and expand our outreach and programming. We look forward to collaborating with Audubon International to help communities achieve sustainability goals and reduce their carbon footprint.”


    PERC joins Audubon International as a sponsor of the Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary Program (ACSP). The ACSP is an education and certification program designed to help businesses protect the environment while enhancing their bottom line. It offers guidance on implementing sustainability plans and recognizes organizations through certification.


    “Our future depends on incremental changes in behavior and technologies that reduce our impact on nature,” says Doug Bechtel, Audubon International’s executive director. “Choosing to use propane-fueled equipment is a positive step that can have benefits as more and more industries explore this alternative.” 

         

    For more information about Audubon International, its programs, and certified members, visit auduboninternational.org. For more information on PERC or to apply for available propane equipment incentives, visit propane.com.


    About PERC: The Propane Education & Research Council (PERC) is a nonprofit that provides leading propane safety and training programs and invests in the research and development of new propane-powered technologies. PERC is operated and funded by the propane industry. For more information, visit propanecouncil.org

  • 07/14/2014 3:50 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    TROY, NY – Environmental nonprofit Audubon International is pleased to announce that Ted Horton, consultant in golf course management, has joined its board of directors.

    Ted is currently the Senior Consulting Superintendent for ValleyCrest Golf Course Maintenance, Director for the California Golf Course Owners Association, and Immediate Past President for the California Golf Alliance. He specializes in environmental stewardship, golf course safety, security and risk management, turfgrass agronomics, and the administrative functions of large property maintenance.

    “We are privileged to have Ted join our Board,” said Doug Bechtel, Audubon International’s executive director.  “As I continue to learn about the constituencies, businesses, and organizations that service golf, Ted’s name and reputation is common among all. He is a true leader and pioneer in environmental golf management, and I can’t thank him enough for his service.”

    At the age of 23, Ted began his career as the golf course superintendent at Winged Foot Golf Club in New York after studying agricultural biology at McGill University and turfgrass management at the University of Massachusetts. He went on to work for Westchester Country Club, The Fairways Group, and Pebble Beach Company. At Pebble Beach, Ted assisted The Company in developing the “Golf and the Environment” initiative, a coalition of major golf and environmental communities to brainstorm environmental improvements for golf. Through his guidance, The Links at Spanish Bay became the first golf course in California and the 16th in the nation to be designated a Certified Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary.

    Ted’s current role as a consultant has given him the opportunity to consult on golf course maintenance and development projects throughout the world, namely Canada, Ireland, Morocco, Taiwan, and the United States. He has earned numerous awards including the Environmental Steward Award from the Superintendents Association of America and the 2008 Green Section Award from the United States Golf Association, and in 2005 he was listed in Golf Digest Magazine as one of the top 100 most powerful people in golf.

    Ted and his wife, Nancy, live in Canyon Lake, California. They have two grown sons and enjoy spending their time walking their two dogs, boating, swimming fishing, and visiting local sites with their grandchildren.

  • 06/18/2014 3:15 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    PARRY SOUND, ON, Canada – Joanna Nadeau, Associate Director of Environmental Programs at Audubon International, will deliver the keynote address at an event celebrating the tenth anniversary of UNESCO’s Georgian Bay Biosphere Reserve in Parry Sound, Ontario. The event will take place Monday, June 23rd at 7:00pm at the Stockey Centre and will include a public showcase followed by a reception.


    Nadeau will present insights and examples from Audubon International’s Sustainable Communities Program, which helps communities take steps to ensure that communities are healthy and vibrant places to live, work, and play–both today and tomorrow. She will discuss how the program can help the Biosphere’s communities protect natural, economic, and social capital through practical tools, technical advice, and public recognition of success. In addition, she will talk about Audubon International’s Green Lodging Program and Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary Program for Golf.


    Dr. Becky Pollock, communications manager for the Georgian Bay Biosphere Reserve, believes that developing a “sense of place” for the area to guide development plans is very important for the future of the area’s communities. “Over the next ten years, I can see Parry Sound area and the surrounding municipalities taking great steps towards a conservation economy in terms of cost-savings operations, planning and design, public participation in reducing greenhouse emissions, and building more jobs around green engineering and energy, local farming and value-added food production, ecotourism, education, and research.”


    “The UNESCO Biosphere Reserves of southern Ontario are leading an effort to engage communities in their region in developing sustainable tourism initiatives. Audubon International is pleased to have the opportunity to share best practices from our certified communities like Williamston, NC, and Eufaula, Alabama, who have had success balancing conservation of their environmental assets with economic development,” said Nadeau.


    Tickets for the Biosphere Celebration on Monday, June 23rd are $15 at the door or are available by calling the Stockey Centre at 877.746.4466 or contacting info@gbbr.ca. Nadeau will also offer a special workshop on Tuesday, June 24th at 8:30 am at the Log Cabin Inn for interested golf course managers, tourism operators, municipalities, and their public works departments. These events are part of a series of presentations Nadeau is giving around Ontario, and will be followed later in the week by presentations in Simcoe at the Long Point Biosphere Reserve and in Gananoque at the Frontenac Arch Biosphere Reserve.

  • 05/29/2014 11:21 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    KELOWNA, BC, Canada – Koenders Water Solutions Inc. announced today

     that the company has partnered with Audubon International as a corporate sponsor of the Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary Program (ACSP).


    The ASCP is an award winning education and certification program that helps entities such as golf courses, parks, and businesses protect the environment and enhance the valuable natural areas and wildlife habitats that these operations provide. In becoming a corporate sponsor, Koenders company officials have made their support for Audubon International publicly known and are working with Audubon International management to partner on various initiatives where natural restoration and ultimate enhancement of wildlife habitat is critical.


    “Partnering with an organization like Audubon International is really the perfect relationship for Koenders, as both organizations have similar goals to improve the environment,” said company Vice President, Doug Hicks. “Audubon’s extensive work world-wide really connects with the Koenders philosophy, as we work towards natural, environmentally friendly, solutions for pond care.”  


    The partnership also provides Audubon International members with a discount on Koenders’ environmentally safe and effective water solutions. Audubon International members include municipalities, hotels, ski hills, and golf courses, all of who manage their water resources in an environmentally responsible way. Koenders Wind Powered Aeration Systems and Nature’s Pond Conditioner™ products are specifically designed for this purpose.


    About Koenders Water Solutions Inc.

    Koenders Water Solutions Inc. is the innovator and world’s leading manufacturer of windmill aeration systems. The Company was founded in 1988 to offer farmers and other pond owners environmentally friendly and cost effective solutions to keep their pond water clean and safe in the most sustainable way. KWS added Energy Efficient Electric Aeration Systems to their line in the mid 1990’s. In the early 2000s, working with a team of bio-chemists and pond water application engineers, KWS set out to design North America’s first all-inclusive chemical free pond conditioner; an “All-In-One” completely natural solution safe for humans and wildlife. The result of this effort was Nature’s Pond Conditioner™ which launched in 2007 and is now in use by thousands of satisfied pond owners world-wide. More recently the company launched Natures Pond Conditioner GOLF COURSE EDITION™ specifically designed to tackle the unique pond care challenges faced by Golf Courses.Today, KWS serves over 60,000 customers worldwide in almost every region of the world. For more information visit www.koenderswatersolutions.com or www.koenderswindmills.com
  • 05/29/2014 11:20 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    LAKE WALES, FL – Joining six other Florida communities pursuing certification through the Sustainable Communities Program, the private community of Mountain Lake is now working with Audubon International to become a leader in community sustainability


    Audubon International’s Sustainable Communities Program provides a path to certification, which ensures a community’s economic and social wellbeing are built on a sustainable natural environment. The program tools provide guidance for citizen-driven planning and community actions, facilitate partnerships with governmental agencies, businesses, and academic institutions, and help communities demonstrate success through establishment of measurable goals. Following this framework, Mountain Lake will take a comprehensive approach to community preservation and environmental protection. 


    “Communities that integrate principles of sustainability into policies and practices should be recognized for their leadership,” said Sustainable Communities Program Manager, Joanna Nadeau. “In cooperation with efforts at the Mountain Lake Golf Club in responsible stewardship, residents are working to implement environmental stewardship throughout the community. Through planning and implementation across a range of focal areas, Mountain Lake will ensure that it remains a great place to live in the future. This is the concept of sustainability, which Audubon International views as the foundation for quality communities of today and tomorrow.”


    By joining and participating in the Sustainable Communities Program, Mountain Lake joins 13 other communities as members of the program, four of which have achieved certification. During the three stages in the certification process, Mountain Lake will complete an assessment, define a long-term community vision, choose sustainability indicators as a mechanism for fostering action and measuring success, and implement its plan. After completing a vision plan and reporting progress on chosen goals, members of Audubon International’s Sustainable Communities Program are eligible for certification and designation as an Audubon International Sustainable Community, which recognizes dedication to the process of becoming a sustainable community.


    “Mountain Lake is pleased to be a part of the Audubon International certification program,” stated John L. Delcamp, Jr., Vice President and General Manager of Mountain Lake. “Noted landscape architect Frederick Law Olmsted, Jr. designed the original layout for Mountain Lake at the turn of the century, and our guests frequently comment that the community has the beauty and tranquility of a nature preserve. Our Board’s commitment to preservation, conservation, and quality are hallmarks of our club and community, and our ongoing partnership with Audubon is another measure of that success.”


    Located an hour south of Orlando and east of Tampa, the Mountain Lake community is perched atop the Lake Wales sand ridge in central Florida. With their centennial anniversary coming in 2016, several generations of families have enjoyed this seasonal retreat for birdwatching, golf, and quiet lakeside living. The neighborhood was designated a historic district in 1993 because of a heritage that includes designer Frederick Law Olmsted, Jr., mastermind of New York City’s Central Park and the Biltmore Estate. An organic garden available to residents is part of the community’s ethic to live in harmony with the ridge’s unusually large number of endemic plant and insect species. The golf course on site, Mountain Lake Golf Club, recently earned Audubon International’s Environmental Planning Award for its work towards certification as an Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary.
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