Door County Environmental Council

FOSTERING THE PRESERVATION OF DOOR COUNTY'S NATURAL RESOURCES

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INVASIVE SPECIES

From Asian Carp threatening our waters to Phragmites on our lands...

Take A Deeper Look At Current Issues

MANURE AND OUR DRINKING WATER

Join the conversation on how to resolve our water pollution...

DARK SKY PRESERVATION

Through community outreach DCEC is helping to make a change in Door County's Dark Skies...

Great Lakes in a Time of Hyper Change

September 2017

Cameron Davis Program

Latest on CAFO's in Door and Kewaunee County

SHORELAND ZONING

Understand Door County's Shoreland Zoning as State takes control away

from Counties...

Our Mission

To advocate for the protection and preservation of our natural resources for all of Earth's inhabitants and future generations

Our History

 

The Door County Environmental Council, Inc., informally known as 'DCEC', was founded in 1969 and incorporated as a nonprofit organization in 1971.  Even then, caring citizens could see looming threats to the county's waters, bays, wild shores, bluffs, sand dunes, woodlands, wetlands, farms, orchards and fields.  Realizing that unrestrained commercial development and suburbanization would be disastrous for this beautiful section of the Niagara Escarpment, the group became an active force for preservation and protection.

Please Join Us

We welcome to our membership all lovers of Door County who stand strongly for convservation of that which makes us unique, and which once gone, can never be regained.

The Door County Environmental Council welcomes Dr. Mark Borchardt, a research microbiologist with the U.S. Department of Agriculture, who will present a program discussing the sources and risk factors of groundwater contamination in Northeast Wisconsin. The public is invited to this free program at the Kress Pavilion in Egg Harbor on June 19, 2019 at 7:00 PM.    

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