REDMOND, OR — Juniper Golf Course is proud to announce its collaboration with Redmond High School to host an innovative educational event on [date]. This event, known as "First Green," aims to provide a unique and hands-on learning experience for students, combining the principles of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) with the sport of golf.
The event is set to take place on the picturesque grounds of Juniper Golf Course, offering students an opportunity to explore the intersection of environmental science and golf course management. Through a series of interactive sessions and demonstrations, students will gain insights into the sustainable practices employed by the golf course, highlighting the importance of environmental stewardship.
"We are excited to partner with Redmond High School for this groundbreaking educational initiative," said Rob Malone, General Manager at Juniper Golf Course. "The 'First Green' event aligns perfectly with our commitment to environmental sustainability and community engagement at CourseCo and at Juniper Golf Course. It provides students with a hands-on experience that not only enhances their understanding of STEM concepts but also fosters an appreciation for responsible environmental practices."
The event will feature presentations by industry experts, golf course professionals, and environmental educators, offering students a comprehensive look into the science behind maintaining a golf course in an eco-friendly manner. From water conservation strategies to wildlife habitat management, students will gain valuable insights into the intersection of golf and environmental science.
CourseCo’s Director of Environmental Management, Gary Ingram expressed enthusiasm about the upcoming event, stating, "We are grateful to Juniper Golf Course and Redmond High School for providing these students with this unique learning opportunity.”
For more information on the event, please visit https://ktvz.com/news/2023/11/06/juniper-golf-course-to-host-innovative-educational-first-green-event-for-redmond-high-students/