Golf Course Soon to Be Restored to Wildlife Habitat

Need proof that golf courses can be closed and restored to wildlife habitat? The Trust for Public Land just did it at the Ocean Meadows Golf Course in Goleta, CA.

40 years after wetlands were destroyed to create Ocean Meadows Golf Course, the wetlands are being restored. Under the leadership of the Trust for Public Land and many supporters, the golf course in Santa Barbara County will soon return to its unique natural habitat.

The restored wetland will provide habitat for wildlife; recreational opportunities for adults and children; and educational programs for students in the surrounding area.

The soon-to-be-restored Ocean Meadows Golf Course.

Are we going to let Southern California reap all the benefits of wetland restoration? Write to Mayor Ed Lee today and urge him to invest in San Francisco city parks and protect endangered species by closing Sharp Park Golf Course and turning it into a national park for all to enjoy!

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