Deadwood and stone piles constructed for small organisms

Wylihof Golf Club


Written by: Michael Burren

Wylihof Golf Club routinely undergoes hedge trimming and pruning on the golf course. Following these maintenance activities, a thoughtful approach is adopted to support local biodiversity and reduce waste.

Instead of removing all cuttings and pruned materials, Wylihof Golf Club conscientiously leaves behind wood and rock piles on-site. These carefully placed piles serve as valuable habitats for insects and small animals, contributing to the preservation of local wildlife.

This practice not only helps foster nature but also offers a financial advantage by eliminating the need for costly shredding and disposal services.

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