Land conservation doesn’t occur naturally: it takes community action. That’s why Door County Land Trust is launching the Protect What You Love new member campaign on #GivingTuesday (Nov. 27) and ends on Jan. 31. Since its inception in 1986, Door County Land Trust has worked to preserve, maintain and enhance lands that contribute significantly to the scenic beauty, open space, and ecological integrity of Door County. In pursuit of this mission, they have earned a reputation as one of the Midwest’s premier conservation organizations. Door County Land Trust has worked with scores of landowners to protect more than 8,000 acres of fields, forests, farmlands, orchards, wetlands and shoreline. In an effort to grow its mission, Door County Land Trust has a goal of gaining 150 new members by Jan. 31. Door County Land Trust invites you to take advantage of new member incentives available on #GivingTuesday, which include donor matches, organic coffee and DC Land Trust apparel. Incentives will be announced via Door County Land Trust’s facebook page between 7 am-7 pm on #GivingTuesday.
“Door County Land Trust nature preserves and the benefits of protected land are enjoyed by our entire community. Together, the community has helped protect 8,000 acres so far, but there is so much more that could be done,” said Development Director Cinnamon Rossman, “Our preserves serve as our community’s shared backyard. We can all contribute to protecting Door County and keeping lands open for enjoyment 365 days a year.”
For more information, or to contribute a new member incentive, contact Rossman at 920.746.1359 or [email protected] Follow Door County Land Trust on Facebook and Instagram.