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Community conservation rings true nationally

The acquisition of Pebble Beach in Sister Bay was just one of the positive stories Door County Land Trust Executive Director Tom Clay was able to share at a recent conference held in North Carolina. Clay took classes and connected with other stewards as a part of the Land Trust Alliance conference held in Raleigh. Clay says no matter who he talked to at the conference, the key takeaway he had was pride in community conservation efforts is found everywhere.

It expects to be a busy end of the year for the Door County Land Trust as they plan on closing on properties in Ephraim, Washington Island, and Chambers Island. That will push the number of acres protected by the Door County Land Trust to over 8,500.

 

Picture submitted by the Door County Land Trust

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