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2016 Sustainability Issue – Volume 22, issue 17 – Section 1

Illustration by Ryan Miller.

Illustration by Ryan Miller.

Welcome to our 2016 Peninsula Pulse Sustainability Issue, our 10th annual.

When it Comes to Water, Activists Have Saved Us
By Myles Dannhausen Jr.

Fish Creek Finds Municipal Water Too Pricey
By Jackson Parr

Making Door County Lawns Safer
By Myles Dannhausen Jr.

Dean Hoegger:  Keeping An Eye On Water
By Jim Lundstrom

Getting the Lead Out: The State of Municipal Water Systems in Door County
By Jim Lundstrom

Earth Week Events

What Does Clean Water Look Like?
By Jackson Parr

Graphic:  What is Karst?

Company Wants to Expand Algoma Water Pod Program
By Jim Lundstrom

2003 Waters of Wisconsin Recommendations Fell on Deaf Ears
By Jim Lundstrom

Flashback:  1993 Contamination Spurred Changes in Ephraim
By Myles Dannhausen Jr.

Golf Industry is Forced to Change
By Myles Dannhausen Jr.

Could We Run Out of Phosphorus?
By Myles Dannhausen Jr.

Illustration by Ryan Miller.

Illustration by Ryan Miller.

Rotten Eggs – Why Some Door County Water Stinks
By Myles Dannhausen Jr.

Investing in Protecting:  Healthy Water Door County
By Alyssa Skiba

The Changing Landscape of Orchard Management
By Steve Grutzmacher

2016 Door County Farm Markets

By the Numbers:  Pumping Water in the U.S.

Local Producers Guide







In this issue

  • 2016 Door County Local Producers Guide

    Looking for local food in Door County? Find resources for local produce, meats, cheese, canned goods, and much more in our updated guide. Algoma Blueberry Corner 856 S. Shiloh Road 224.760.8962 Blueberries in season (mid-July to Aug.), free range eggs Cherry Lane Orchards 7525 Cherry Lane 920.856.6864 Products:  Cherries and apples Renard’s Cheese Inc. 248 […]