Outdoor activity boost carrying over

The Door County Land Trust is looking to carry momentum from last year when they were a beneficiary of 2020’s uptick in outdoor interests. Director of Charitable Giving Cinnamon Rossman says that based on observations like full parking lots, 2020 brought a busier year to the Land Trust than ever before. Just in that brief time, they did notice several effects. 



Rossman also says that based on a number of indicators, they are in preparation for a busy 2021. She has even noticed that people have frequented their website looking for places to hike. This takes preparing on the Land Trusts’ end. 



With more people visiting does come more reminders to explore ethically. Along with keeping noise levels down, visitors are expected to leave a light footprint with minimal signs of human activity. This year, the Land Trust is celebrating their 35th anniversary.


(Photo by Dave Heilman)

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