When: Saturday, September 9, 9:00-5:00 (check in at 8:15)
Where: The Ridges Sanctuary, Baileys Harbor
Learn how to make a small investment that will pay off BIG for migratory birds!
$10 member *FEE $13 non-member
Keynote Speaker Bill Volkert, Naturalist and Wildlife Educator A world traveler and birder, Bill worked at WDNR Horicon Marsh for 27 years. He appears frequently on WI Public Radio to share his knowledge of birds.
TO REGISTER: Visit www.ridgessanctuary.org or email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 920.839.2802 x 110
What do birds need for food, shelter, roosting? Tips for rural property or city backyard Native trees—how to plant and care for them How to eliminate hazards to birds on your property Why is Lake Michigan important for migration? Migratory birds in fall, winter, spring — where do they go and what do they need? And much, much more!
*Fee includes: – coffee, tea & snacks – excellent speakers – indoor program – field trips – door prizes Lunch on your own
Door County Tree Planting!
When: September 8-10
The Climate Change Coalition of Door County (CCCDC) is partnering with Door County businesses, four Door and Kewaunee County Rotary clubs and the Northern Door Children’s Center in a three-day tree-planting project.
CCCDC, with the generous support of two donors and the Lakeshore Natural Resource Partnership, will provide 500 evergreen trees – white and red pine, white spruce and arborvitae or cedar for the project.
Please email Katie or call 920.279.3648
Earth Care: A Moral Imperative
When: Saturday, September 16, 9:00-3:00 pm
Where: Calvary United Methodist Church, 4650 County E, Egg Harbor
(just east of Highway 42)
A $15 per person charge will cover lunch and snacks
Space is limited, and advance registration is required: Visit CCCDC for info.
Door County Sustainability Fair
When: Saturday, September 23, 10:00-4:00 pm
Where: Crossroads at Big Creek, Sturgeon Bay
Exhibitors and vendors will mob the grounds at Crossroads demonstrating the many ways we can live more gently upon the planet and create a resilient and progressive community.
For more info visit the Facebook Page HERE.