Land trust properties seeing more visitors

People looking for something to do in the area have been able to stumble onto Door County Land Trust properties in high numbers this year. Door County Land Trust Executive Director Tom Clay cites its Sturgeon Bay Ship Canal and Bayshore Blufflands Parks as some of its most popular properties this year. Many others are checking out the newly acquired Pebble Beach in Sister Bay despite not having all of its amenities in place yet. With so many other non-profits worthy of donations during this time, he is happy with the support their operations have received over the last few months.

The Door County Land Trust is currently working with some property owners on potential conservation easements as well as lining up more acquisitions in the Ephraim-Gibraltar Swamp and Washington Island areas.


Photo courtesy of Door County Land Trust website

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