Updates

Lakeshore Natural Resource Partnership

We collaborate with our program partners: Niagara Escarpment Resource Network, Lake Michigan Stakeholders,Lakeshore Invasive Species Management Area, Friends of Hika Bay, Branch River, East & West Twin Rivers, Crescent Beach, Climate Change Coalition and Manitowoc River Watershed citizen groups to improve the health of our ground and surface waters and surrounding landscapes.
Lakeshore Natural Resource Partnership
Lakeshore Natural Resource Partnership added 4 new photos — with Tom Mlada.3 days ago
Lake Michigan Stakeholders spring membership meeting just getting started. Tours planned on fish habitat and sustainable farms. Still room for you! We’re at Ansay & Assoc in Port Washington.
Lakeshore Natural Resource Partnership
Lakeshore Natural Resource Partnership6 days ago
Congratulations to all the wonderful tree lovers in Door County on another successful Arbor Day tree planting late last month. The Forest Recovery Project, Climate Change Coalition, Nature Conservancy and a whole lot of local school children joined forces to plant over 4,000 trees over a couple of days.

This popular annual event is supported by dozens of local businesses, educators and civic organizations. This year, the irrepressible David LaLuzerne of HerbTV was there to document it for us with this clever little video. That's LNRP board member Bob Bultman in the coveralls.
Lakeshore Natural Resource Partnership
Tree planting
Planting trees to restore the forest. The Nature Conservancy, The Forest Recovery Project and the Climate Change Coalition, all in Door County, plant trees f...
youtube.com
Lakeshore Natural Resource Partnership
Lakeshore Natural Resource Partnership7 days ago
Wonderful article in the Peninsula Pulse about the first speaker at tomorrow’s climate change forum in Sturgeon Bay. Richard Beilfuss of the International Crane Foundation will tell us why cranes are the canary in the coal mine. http://doorcountypulse.com/cranes-as-a-window-on-climate-change/
Lakeshore Natural Resource Partnership
Lakeshore Natural Resource Partnership1 week ago
How do you balance clean air and economic development? Does it have to be a zero sum game? Don't miss this great upcoming program hosted by the Environment Committee of the Sheboygan County League of Women Voters. This event is free and open to the public.
Lakeshore Natural Resource Partnership
Lakeshore Natural Resource Partnership1 week ago
A big boost for Sheboygan area water lovers this week: Sheboygan is hosting the national Area of Concern conference, which has drawn people from all over the country. The conference is taking place at the Blue Harbor Resort, but (as you might guess) conferees are not spending all their time indoors.

Yesterday they took a tour of Sheboygan River habitats. Sheboygan officials and our own Sheboygan River Basin Partnership got lots of compliments about the successful removal of the Sheboygan River from the AOL list.

You can follow conference activities on Twitter and Instagram with the hashtag #AOC2018.

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DdQZD2vX4AAKqMv.jpg:large
Lakeshore Natural Resource Partnership
Lakeshore Natural Resource Partnership added 2 new photos.1 week ago
Can we power our homes, businesses, vehicles, and devices more sustainably, reliably and cheaply? Greg Nemet, who will speak at the Climate Change Coalition's Climate Change Forum this weekend, has some answers that will intrigue and inspire you. Nemet is with the UW-Madison's LaFollette School of Public Affairs, and is currently writing a book about energy innovation.

We're all looking forward to Dr. Nemet's talk at our 5th annual climate change forum, which begins at 9 a.m. on Saturday, May 19, at Stone Harbor Resort in Sturgeon Bay. This year's theme is "Taking Action to Build a Resilient planet." We hope you can join us! https://buff.ly/2Imuw6k