Volunteering on the Land

 


We’re Your Land Trust

The Door County Land Trust Stew Crew is the heart and soul of the work we do to protect Door County’s exceptional lands and waters forever. Volunteers maintain trails and preserve infrastructure, monitor and conduct biological inventories, eradicate invasive species, and obtain a sense of place by being a part of an energetic and dynamic crew working to achieve common goals.

The beauty of stewardship is that we not only get to see our natural world first hand, but we are bringing back what once was. We are managing lands while thinking about the past for the future, to establish a balanced and functioning system.

April 2017 Volunteer eNews . Letter from the Executive Director

April 15, 2017

Imagine a bird whose perfect winter home is dense cedar forest, near abundant fresh water… The Bohemian Waxwing is just such a bird, and Washington Island is that perfect winter home. In the coming months, Door County’s shorelines, islands and wild places will offer a resting spot or home to hundreds of species of migrating…

Plant Surveys, Species Inventories, Bird Counts and more!

April 12, 2017

The Door County Land Trust relies on volunteers to gather vital pieces of information in the field. Projects include spring bird counts, identifying invasive plants and more. The information gathered through these projects helps to show the value of land protection and restoration efforts. To volunteer for citizen monitoring projects, please contact  [email protected]

Dining for Open Spaces needs YOU!

April 12, 2017

If you have ever considered hosting or helping at a Dining for Open Spaces event, we need your help this year! Members like you are at the heart of the Dining series . Proceeds from the member-hosted events in the Dining for Open Spaces series have raised more than $330,000 to date. What does hosting…