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  • The Ephraim Preserve at Anderson Pond

    The Village of Ephraim is renowned for its beauty – its white buildings gracefully nestled amidst a stunning natural backdrop, facing another Door County treasure, Peninsula State Park. Until recently, however, other than the wetland preserve on the south end of the village, little environmentally significant land in Ephraim was in permanent conservation status and […]

  • Dan Eggert, bald eagle, Door County

    Unique County Habitats Support Endangered Species

    Have you looked closely at slabs of exposed limestone, stacks of rock talus, piles of sand, swaths of sandy-gravely soil along the lakeshore, stretches of thin patches of soil over flat beds of limestone/dolomite, wide expanses of thick perpendicular tree branches, and into centimeters of water in cool slow moving streams? These features in Door […]

  • The Foresight of Dean and Bernice Shumway

    There is a haunting quality to Dean and Bernice Shumway’s Liberty Grove property. Situated on forty acres along Old Stage Road the Shumway homestead is home to more than fields, forest and wetlands. Legend had it that the storied StoneField Ghost frequents the property as well. The StoneField Ghost is all smiles these days because […]