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Stony Creek land earns protection

The Door County Land Trust announced recently the permanent protection of a stream bank along Stony Creek in southern Door County that spans a one-mile stretch.  This is the first time a conservation organization has purchased land within the 13-mile Stony Creek stream corridor, which is the largest in Door County.  Door County Land Trust Executive Director Tom Clay says the protection of the Stony Creek watershed may improve fish spawning habitat and ultimately improve the water quality flowing into Lake Michigan.

 

 

Door County Land Trust plans to restore a small portion of the property to create a buffer of native plants that will help lessen soil erosion and sedimentation in the creek.

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