By Tim Kowols
The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources is going to the public for the first time to gauge the interest of recreational activities. The DNR is hosting a series of meetings across the state, including Sturgeon Bay on Tuesday, to complement its study on the state’s current and future recreation needs and what the agency can do about addressing it. Cameron Bump from the DNR says there are many opportunities available in Door County, but believes the public can better foresee where those opportunities can be expanded and improved.
Tuesday’s meeting runs from 4-7 p.m. at Stone Harbor Resort. If you are unable to make it, you can contact the DNR or fill out an online survey before September 8. You can find that survey online with this story.