Protecting Door County's Exceptional Lands and Waters..Forever
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Lautenbach Woods Nature Preserve

 

We at the Door County Land Trust are excited to tell you of our recent 10-acre addition at the Lautenbach Woods Nature Preserve. The acquisition protects a key parcel, extending the contiguous forest cover needed to sustain this unique and fragile ecosystem along the Niagara Escarpment. We encourage you to take a hike and enjoy the forest and autumn colors at the Lautenbach Woods Nature Preserve this fall.

Or, how about a fall hike in Door County's Ephraim Nature Preserve at Anderson Pond? That sounds simply wonderful. Join me this coming Saturday morning to experience this wonderful site first-hand. There we will explore the site's remarkable natural and cultural history. From the Niagara Escarpment to wetlands and woodlands, this autumn morning hike promises not to disappoint. Read on for more information and a link to register on our website.

See you on the trails!

Tom Clay
Executive Director

Autumn at Anderson Pond Hike

Ephraim Preserve at Anderson Pond
Saturday, October 8 @ 9:00 am - 11:00 am

We all know and love Door County's spectacular fall color that signals the end of another season and the beginning of winter. But there are hidden transformations going on in nature, too.  Ephraim Preserve at Anderson Pond is a quiet refuge of wetlands, fields, forest and escarpment with deep historic connections to Ephraim and the wildflowers and wildlife sheltered there. Walk along a one-mile trail over fairly even terrain...
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The Door County Land Trust is a local, non-profit organization working to preserve Door County's open spaces, scenic beauty and ecological integrity. The Land Trust has protected more than 7,300 acres and is supported by more than 2,200 members. 
 
Door County Land Trust nature preserves are open to the public at no charge for hiking, cross-country skiing, wildlife observation, some forms of hunting, and other low-impact, non-motorized recreational activities. 
 
For more information on the Door County Land Trust and to make a contribution of support, please visit: www.doorcountylandtrust.org or call (920)746-1359.  
  
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