Wildlife Refuge May Replace Wisconsin Golf Course

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Some golf courses have cut back on pesticides and mowing in recent years to make their land more environmentally friendly. But in Wisconsin one course may take the ultimate green step and say good bye to golfers altogether to become a wildlife sanctuary.

Chuck Quirmbach reports for Wisconsin Public Radio

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