Land Trust Executive Director encouraged by Evers council

Governor-elect Tony Evers' advisors on agriculture, energy and natural resources issues are getting a good review from the Door County Land Trust.  The Agriculture, Energy and Natural Resources Policy Advisory Council are made up of 25 members from business, farming and environmental protection groups.  Tom Clay, Executive Director of the Door County Land Trust, believes the advisory council will set good courses for Evers to follow.  He believes the new administration will see environmental protection and preservation as good investments.



Clay believes the organizations represented on the advisory council will take a proactive approach to environmental issues.  

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