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Coordinating environmental efforts key for Door County 

You're benefiting from a cleaner Door County with the environmental efforts through the emerging Green Tier Legacy communities and more, says Wayne Kudick, a Fish Creek resident and Celebrate Earth Day organizer. Kudick believes collaboration between organizations and communities to sustain the natural beauty of Door County is a great way to improve the natural resources further. He says the progress is set on a timeline to enable the business community to survive and thrive with a specific program. Kudick notes that Door County, the towns of Gibraltar and Egg Harbor, and the Village of Ephraim have all reached Green Tier Legacy status.

 

 

About 30 legacy communities throughout the state have initiated resolutions through their common council or county board to participate in the Green Tier Legacy program. As far as one of the biggest environmental challenges faced in Door County, Kudick adds that the increased level of visitors to Door County makes it challenging to keep parks and trail pathways environmentally pristine. You can listen to the entire conversation with Wayne Kudick here on the podcast page here.

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