Tom Clay, Executive Director: [email protected]
Cinnamon Rossman, Communications and Outreach Manager: [email protected]

Sturgeon Bay, WI – The Door County Land Trust will host an event called ‘Widening the Circle’ on Sunday, October 1, 2-5pm at Woodwalk Gallery in Egg Harbor for the community to learn about the non-profit organization’s land protection work and current projects.

Executive director Tom Clay says, “Door County is a special place due to its incredible vistas, sweeping landscapes and wild places. Each of us who lives here and enjoys this wild beauty can be a part of helping to protect the land and water which sustain us.”

Hosted by board members and staff of the Land Trust, attendees will have the opportunity to gain an insider’s glimpse into the workings of the Land Trust. Staff members will share news of recent successes and upcoming projects, especially those which volunteers and members have helped to achieve. Following a short presentation, attendees are invited to join a hike led by director of land program Terrie Cooper at the Lautenbach Woods Nature Preserve.

Join us to find out how our local community is vital to protecting Door County’s exceptional lands and waters. Registration is $10 per person and may be applied towards a new membership or a gift membership. Register by calling the Door County Land Trust at (920)746-1359 or online at

About the Door County Land Trust
The Door County Land Trust’s mission is “To protect Door County’s exceptional lands and waters…forever.” It is a nonprofit, community-based organization that actively works to conserve land via the purchase or acceptance of donations of land or conservation easements. Founded in 1986, the Door County Land Trust has protected more than 8,000 acres from Washington Island through southern Door County.
Trail maps for 14 featured Door County Land Trust nature preserves may be found on our website, hiking map and trail map apps. These preserves are open year-round to the public at no charge for hiking, cross-country skiing, wildlife observation, hunting, and other low-impact, non-motorized recreational activities. For more information and to become a Land Trust member visit or call (920)746-1359.

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