Internationally known forest ecologist Lee Frelich will lead a forest exploration hike at Newport State Park for the Climate Change Coalition of Door County on Friday, July 27.
Before he was a globally known scientist, Lee Frelich was a boy spending summers in rural Ellison Bay, passing his days in endless exploration of the woods that would become Newport Park. He thus brings to this guided hike both scientific expertise and an intimate knowledge of this exceptional Door County landscape. Continue reading
Door County Earth Week Schedule
Check out all the great events scheduled so far for CELEBRATE WATER!!
Celebrate Water, an initiative of Healthy Water Door County, a fund of the Door County Community Foundation, Inc., has a great line-up of events all focused on preserving our greatest resource, water.
Check out the Events Page for Up Coming Green Events !!!
The Climate Change Coalition of Door County brings in amazing speakers to our wonderful community – this is one of them. Please check out this GEM!!
The speaker is Chelsea Chandler, director of Environmental Initiatives at the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters. The program was free and open to the public.
Egg Harbor is making strides toward sustainability by becoming the first village to adopt the Green Tier Legacy Community Charter.
The GreenTier Legacy Communities Charter is a unique partnership between Wisconsin communities, non-profit organizations, and state agencies. We work together to assist communities in developing and implementing sustainability measures. Under the Charter, municipalities take actions and share information to achieve superior environmental stewardship by focusing on water resources management and/or sustainability practices. By collaborating, communities are able to move further, faster, toward reaching their sustainability goals.
Read more about Green Tier Legacy Communities here: GTLC
You can also watch this VIDEO to find out more.
Hello Thrive Friends!
We are really excited to get everyone together – it’s been awhile!! If you are coming to this meeting, please bring a dish to pass as this is a potluck!!
Things we plan to cover at the meeting…
*Thrive’s Mission Statement and 3 Pillars
*Update on what’s been happening in the past year
*Thrive stats based on survey’s you filled out last year
*Moving forward towards community action
*Call for Volunteers! If you want to get more involved with Thrive.
If you attend this event you can expect to meet some like-minded people, have great conversions, and eat ah-mazing food! Please share with your friends!
We hope you can make it as we are really starting to build momentum within Thrive! We are excited to really help Door County THRIVE in 2018. Please come to the:
Village of Egg Harbor’s
Bertschinger Community Center at
7860 State Highway 42, Egg Harbor
Thursday, January 25th at 6pm.
A few moments with Jim Kettler
Here is a great look at Lakeshore Natural Resources Partnerships (LNRP), an incredible organization in our region doing many things that parallel many of Thrive’s vision.
“Our work is very much defined by our mission, which you can see right at the top of our webpage: “Cultivating community and stewardship from the ledge to the lakeshore.” We look at enhancing the quality of life in the places where we work, live, and play. Our role is helping people realize that taking ownership over the stewardship of their backyards is critical to not only them, but their children, and their children’s children.”
-Jim Kettler, Executive Director LNRP
Check out this LINK for the entire interview.