Written by: Arthur Lecomte
In 2007, FFG entered a biodiversity partnership with the National Museum of Natural History. Because our courses represent 30,000ha that we’re only using partially for golf, it means that a big part of our facility is still unknown in terms of biodiversity.
In this partnership, expertise serves the conservation of nature & common ground between biodiversity & course management. Environmental awareness is at the heart of a current consensus that we are proud to be involved with. Our goal is to collect data from fauna & flora in order to measure the course's potential, share feedback and highlight examples of the work we're doing. We have recently planted local trees, created hibernacula and built habitats for birds and bees to thrive.