At Golf de Servanes, safeguarding the environment and its delicate ecosystem is paramount. As part of this ecological commitment, we’ve embarked on a project of meticulous tree pruning on holes number 1, 2, and 5.

Responsible pruning

The primary aim of this undertaking is to establish a corridor of luminosity, fostering oxygenation for the flourishing of grasses. This initiative not only serves to enhance the quality of the environment but also lends support to local biodiversity. In this article, we explain why pruning is essential, the methods used and the benefits it will bring to wildlife.

The regular pruning of trees is paramount to ensure their health and longevity. Nevertheless, it is of utmost importance to embrace environmentally conscientious practices. Ecological pruning endeavors to minimize adverse impacts on ecosystems and safeguard local biodiversity. At Golf de Servanes, we are committed to implementing environmentally friendly techniques to preserve the delicate ecosystem of our exceptionally beautiful region.

During the pruning of holes 1, 2, and 5, we employ several environmentally conscious methods. We favor the gentle pruning approach, involving the removal of undesirable branches without causing harm to the trees or compromising their well-being. Additionally, we strive to minimize noise disturbances and reduce waste to the utmost extent during the pruning process.

Ecological pruning will yield numerous benefits for the local biodiversity of Golf de Servanes. By creating corridors of luminosity, we facilitate the growth and flourishing of grasses. This promotes soil stability, including for greens and playing surfaces, and reinforces the natural water filtration process. Moreover, by clearing specific areas, we foster the growth of indigenous plant species, providing additional habitat for pollinating insects and small animals. This contributes to the preservation of the food chain and the maintenance of ecological balance in our environment.

At Golf de Servanes, we harmonize sport, nature, and the preservation of the local ecosystem.