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Ephraim seeking grants to restore public access and restore community wetlands

The Village of Ephraim is moving ahead with efforts to restore the community wetlands and make them more accessible to residents and visitors.  The village will be applying for grants to help fund restoration work.  Public Works Manager Russ Salfi says existing walkways need extensive work in order for visitors to experience the natural beauty of the wetlands.

 

 

Salfi says the Village of Ephraim is also working with UW-Oshkosh researchers and the Door County Land Trust to identify and eliminate invasive plant species while restoring native vegetation in the wetlands. 

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