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Enhancing the Golf Course with Fruits and Vegetables

Touch the Soil News #1815 (Feature Photo  – Golf Course – Public Domain, Lilrizz)

Over the past 10 years, almost 1,000 golf courses have closed – a testament to the declining popularity of the sport. But what can you do? What else can golf courses to do utilize their facilities?

Gillyflower Golf Course, in the United Kingdom, is adding to its usefulness. Every square foot of non-playing surface will be used to grow fruit, vegetables and flora. Engaging the community with food productivity can certainly spread the word about golf. You can read the article here:

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