Project Title

Golf Couse Tree Planting

Proposal Date

1-8-2017 12:00 AM

Document Type

Grant Reports

Project Summary

Patrick Reinhardt, Golf Course Superintendent, Campus Recreation and Intramurals ($4,300)

Tree plantings on the golf course provide an opportunity to increase tree populations, as well as providing an opportunity to increase the diversity of trees found on the golf course. The trees selected are a variety of different Oaks, Maples, Redbuds, Magnolias, Pines, and Crape Myrtles. The trees selected were either a native variety, with the exception of the Crape Myrtles which were selected to help pollinating insects during the summer months while providing color interest. The increased tree populations are beneficial by creating additional carbon sequestration for the environment, as well increased wildlife habitat.

Unit or Academic Department

Campus Recreation and Intramurals: Georgia Southern Golf Course

Amount Granted

$4,300

Amount Spent

$4,273.50

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Aug 1st, 12:00 AM

Golf Couse Tree Planting

Patrick Reinhardt, Golf Course Superintendent, Campus Recreation and Intramurals ($4,300)

Tree plantings on the golf course provide an opportunity to increase tree populations, as well as providing an opportunity to increase the diversity of trees found on the golf course. The trees selected are a variety of different Oaks, Maples, Redbuds, Magnolias, Pines, and Crape Myrtles. The trees selected were either a native variety, with the exception of the Crape Myrtles which were selected to help pollinating insects during the summer months while providing color interest. The increased tree populations are beneficial by creating additional carbon sequestration for the environment, as well increased wildlife habitat.