One Land, Many Voices
Sunday, October 4, 7-9 pm
Door Community Auditorium
Free and open to the public. Bring your friends and family!
An evening to inspire and connect. Envision a community connected to the
land, and a land vital to the community.
Keynote address by community conservation leader, Peter Forbes. Forbes works
throughout the country to create meaningful ways of connecting communities with
Musical performances by Jess Holland and Nick Hoover (Deathfolk); Jeanne Kuhns,
Mary Beth Mattson, and George Sawyn; and Jenny and Robin Bienemann.
Sign up online to be included in a drawing for a prize!
Celebrating Open Spaces
Online registration for Celebrating Open Spaces events opened in
June. Some of our most popular fundraising events have sold out,
but there are still many opportunities to attend upcoming outings. We hope you
will join us!
Click here to view Upcoming Events with Available Tickets.
Explore the Door Outings
The Explore the Door series offers guided adventures for you to
experience the beautiful places you’ve helped the Land Trust protect. Outings
are led by trained volunteer hike leaders and/or Land Trust staff. All Explore
the Door outings are free of charge and will be held rain or shine. Registration
is required. Registration for Explore the Door hikes will open approximately one
month in advance of each hike. To stay informed about online registration for
hikes, subscribe to our email newsletter by clicking on the link to update or
add your contact information.
Click here to view our current listing of hikes and outings.
View Our Latest Publication
Report- published Spring 2015 (5 mb)
Interested in volunteering on the land?
Join a Door Stewardship Alliance Work Party!
The Door Stewardship Alliance (also known as DSA) was born in
2001 when the Door County Land Trust and The Nature Conservancy joined together
to create a volunteer land management group to work at permanently protected
properties on the Door Peninsula of Wisconsin. Through pooling of volunteers
and equipment, both organizations are able to more effectively protect and
manage their preserves while engaging a larger audience than one organization
alone may reach.
to learn about upcoming Door Stewardship Alliance Work Parties.
Accreditation: Earning a Seal of Approval
The Door County Land Trust is pleased to announce it will be
going through the process of accreditation in 2015. Land Trust members and the
community can be assured that once awarded accreditation we will be an even
stronger and more effective organization. The Land Trust Accreditation
Commission reviews policies and programs of land trusts across the country and
awards accreditation to land trusts meeting high-quality standards and
practices. The Land Trust Accreditation Commission invites public input and
accepts signed, written comments received by November 1, 2015 relating to
how the Door County Land Trust complies with national quality standards. To
learn about these standards and how to submit a comment for record,
view the Notification of Public Comment
Period for our Accreditation Application here.