By Tim Kowols
With over 8,000 acres of land under its direction, the Door County Land Trust is placing a big focus on land restoration efforts in 2018. Invasive species like glossy buckthorn and bush honeysuckle are choking off native plants in some of the land trust’s most popular areas. Executive Director Tom Clay says land restoration is a job that is never done.
Clay says they have also worked hard to engage community members near their properties so they can help battle against invasive species on their own land. We have information on how you can help volunteer with the Door County Land Trust posted online with this story.