The 2011 Ecotourism and Sustainable Tourism Conference (ESTC) will feature an up close look at Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary Programs in action at Sea Pines. This year's ESTC takes place on Hilton Head Island, SC, Sept. 19-21, and will bring together 500+ business leaders, tourism professionals and community stakeholders from across the industry.
Joellen Lampman, Program Director for the Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary Programs, and Jim Cregan, Superintendent at Sea Pines Resort Golf Courses and an
Learn about what it takes to become certified
through the Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary
Program for Golf Courses
Audubon International Steward, will tour Sea Pines Resort's Ocean Couse and Heron Point Golf Course, both Certified Audubon Cooperative Sanctuaries.
Participants will learn about what it takes to become certified through the Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary Program for Golf Courses.
They will focus on the key areas of the environmental management practices: Environmental Planning, Wildlife and Habitat Management, Chemical Use Reduction and Safety, Water Conservation, Water Quality Management and Outreach and Education.
The ESTC, now in its fifth year, is a unique annual conference sharing practical solutions to advance sustainability goals for the tourism industry. Providing invaluable learning, networking, and partnership-building opportunities, the ESTC is a leading international meeting place where innovative minds gather to discuss ideas that inspire change.
Advancing policies and practices benefiting businesses and communities, the ESTC helps reinforce the roles of tourism in building a more sustainable future.
A leading family-friendly and outdoor-oriented destination, Hilton Head Island is home to one of the first environmentally-sensitive planned communities in the US.
If you are attending the conference or are close to Hilton Head and would like to schedule to meet with Joellen Lampman, contact her via email.