By Jim Olson, Lakeshore Natural Resources Partnership, Inc.
If you are interested in a more 'sustainable' lifestyle that includes renewable energy, local foods and stewardship of our natural resources join us at the 4th Door County Sustainability Fair on Saturday, April 27. The event runs from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Graham and Martin Parks along the harbor in downtown Sturgeon Bay.
Kicking off the fair, Door Property Owners are sponsoring Paul Tukey to speak on 'Safe Lawns' at Crossroads at Big Creek on Friday night, April 26 at 7 p.m.. He will also be part of the program on Saturday.
The Fair offers a chance to network and explore the options for making sustainability a priority in your life. Throughout the day you'll find interactive activities, local foods and knowledgeable vendors from throughout the region. There will also be music in the park for your enjoyment.
Sustainability involves the interrelationship among the economy, society and the environment and achieving development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs. Come join hundreds of participants and area vendors to discover how sustainability can fit your lifestyle.
This year's Fair is being co-sponsored by the non-profit Lakeshore Natural Resource Partnership and Sustain Door. For further information, go to lnrp.org.