Deconstruction builds on Habitat mission

Door County Habitat for Humanity has already proven it can put in home fixtures, but now it is showing it can take them out as well. Volunteers assisted in the deconstruction of the former home of the Greater Escarpment Organization of Door County in Ellison Bay last month. The partnership will help keep useful materials out of landfills while GEO-DC plans for a future Escarpment Discovery Center. Door County Habitat for Humanity Executive Director Lori Allen says any businesses or private homes can contact them.

Many of the items removed during the deconstruction get sold at the organization's ReStore in Sturgeon Bay. Money raised through ReStore sales and from events like Saturday's bowl-athon will go towards projects like its 43rd home build this summer.



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