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Destination Door County putting pledge into action

Volunteers and community members spread out near the Ridges Sanctuary in Baileys Harbor on Tuesday to put Destination Door County’s mission into motion. A group helped pick up trash and cut down on invasive species along Highway 57 and Ridges Road as part of Destination Door County’s Leave No Trace Tuesday monthly series. The initiative is new to DDC and pairs with the member mixers that the organization is excited to be having again. Destination Door County Membership Manager Morgan Rusnak talked about easing back into community events like this since May, utilizing the outdoor space to bring people together while being spread out. Because they’ll be going to a new location for Leave No Trace Tuesday once a month, Rusnak is hoping for people’s input on where to go. 

 

 

People are also able to get briefed on the Door County Pledge as well as sign it, which is an oath to best protect Door County’s natural resources.

 

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