Sturgeon Bay schools utilizing Crossroads more than ever

A learning resource center with Sturgeon Bay School District roots is becoming a landmark for education beyond the initially-developed school forest.  Established in 1992 by the Sturgeon Bay Educational Foundation,   52 acres of land was initially purchased with many improvements and additions made in the last quarter-century.  Sturgeon Bay Superintendent Dan Tjernagel says the partnership with Crossroads at Big Creek remains very strong even after it became a separate entity from the school district.



Crossroads of Big Creek is a scientific, historical, and environmental learning preserve located at the corner of Highway 42-57 North in Sturgeon Bay and County TT.  Crossroads will be hosting a free seed saving workshop through the Door County Seed Library this Thursday starting at 6 pm.    You can find more information about the event below.

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