Camelot Golf & Country Club lands provide a variety of habitats for wildlife: open spaces, meadows, wildflower meadow, old growth pine forest, hardwood hammocks, lakes and riparian areas.
The Club’s environmental practices include:
- Use of indigenous plants to restore, enhance and beautify the natural landscape and provide shelter and food sources for wildlife.
- Use of vegetative buffer zones adjacent to lakes, water courses and forest areas to reduce fertilizer and chemical run-off.
- Water quality and water conservation monitoring.
- Naturalization of managed turf grass areas that are low play or no play zones.
- A bird box program to increase the population of songbirds.
- Integrated plant management practices to minimize fertilizer and pesticide use.
To guide future actions, the Club has developed a Naturalization Plan using guidelines developed by the RCGA and by leading North American golf and environmental organizations.
Camelot pledges to continue to maintain a high degree of environmental quality on the property.
Integrated Pest Management (IPM)
Camelot has attained IPM Accreditation - Level 2 through the IPM Council of Canada.
Per our legislative requirement, our annual public meeting to present our 2015 Pesticide Usage will be held on Wednesday November 30th, 2016 at 10am at Camelot Golf & Country Club. Please see our report below, and contact our Superintendent Chris Chapman (email@example.com ) with any questions.