Wild Links Program
The Wildlife Links Program represents golf's first comprehensive investigation of the game's relationship with wildlife and its habitat. It was established in early 1995 to fund research, management, and education projects needed to provide the game of golf with state-of-the-art information on wildlife management issues. The USGA will contribute $200,000 annually for funding. Since the program began more than 17 projects committing more than $700,000 have been funded to enhance wildlife conservation on golf courses.
| Wildlife Links: Improving Golf's Environmental Game
A 24-page publication offering practical advice on wildlife and habitat conservation on the golf course.
Currently Funded Projects
Projects Funded in the Past