The ecological transition is a central concern at Golf de Servanes. Combining respect for nature, regulatory constraints and economic issues is a challenge to which we have been committed on a daily basis for several years now.
Golf for Biodiversity Label
Golf de Servanes has been awarded the GEO (Golf Environment Organisation) label, a European recognition of respect for the environment based on the quest for continuous improvement of our standards in the following areas: nature, water, energy, the supply chain and the community. We adhere to very precise specifications, particularly with regard to the quantities of soil improvers and plant protection products used each year.
We have created natural areas outside the game, to give back its place to flora and fauna. This label complements the FFgolf biodiversity label.
In fact, we’re aiming for the silver level, which we’re in the process of obtaining. The inventories have been carried out and show us just how rich the biodiversity is on the golf site. This parameter testifies to the quality of our upkeep. As part of our responsible approach, we decided to involve the Chemin Faisan Association, a non-profit organisation based in Mouriès, whose aim is to educate children about respect for the environment.
The children took part in the installation of nesting boxes, and were given a presentation on the 80 species of resident and non-resident birds found on the golf course.