Door County gets three Wisconsin coastal grants

Wisconsin Department of Administration Secretary Joel Brennan was at Pinney County Park Tuesday afternoon to announce three coastal grants to county government programs. Brennan handed two checks to the Door County Soil and Water Conservation Department: $100,000 for the Dunes Lake Restoration Phase II project and roughly $46,700 for integrated invasive species education and outreach. The Facilities and Parks Department got $104,636 for the Door Bluff Headlands Hidding Acquisition project. The Wisconsin Coastal Management Program gives out $1.6 million annually. Door County got about a fifth of that Tuesday. 

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