Tabor prof to speak at GCSAA meeting

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Tabor College Professor of Biology Dr. Max R. Terman served as a featured speaker at the national meeting of the Gold Course Superintendents Association of America Feb. 17 in New Orleans.



Terman?s speech was entitled ?Enhancing Wildlife Habitat: Sharing Your Course with Nature?s Citizens.? He discussed findings from six years of research on Prairie Dunes Country Club in Hutchinson and presented information gained from a year?s sabbatical research on golf courses around the world.



An estimated 20,000 people attend the GCSAA meeting, which is the premiere national golf conference.



Michigan State University, University of Massachusetts and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency also gave presentations during the session.

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