"Spring 2023 Highway 42 Cleanup"

The Highway 42 Cleanup will take place on May 6, 2023, in Egg Harbor. For details and to be added to the cleanup crew, contact@dcec-wi.org.

"Sold Down the River"

On March 27, 2022, this documentary film was shown, depicting the continuing contamination of rivers, lakes, and private wells by large factory farms. Lynn and Nancy Utesch, led the discussion.

View the program on YouTube.

"The Past, Present, and the Future of Door County"

On Oct. 11, 2022, Erin Perry of the Cape Cod Commission discussed ways that Cape Cod, Massachusetts balances economic growth with environmental preservation.

View the program on YouTube.

Just over three years ago, at a Town of Liberty Grove meeting,
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Back 40 Mine

Michigan Historic Preservation Review Board voted to nominate an area along the Menominee River as a candidate for the National Register of Historic Places.   Read more.

"Overtourism and the Capacity of Door County" June 9, 2021    View the panel discussion on YouTube.  

Article from the Green Bay Press Gazette.

"Our Lakes, Our Bay,Our Responsibility"

Professor Val Klump, UW-Milwaukee addressed the challenge of restoring our Great Lakes and the bay of Green Bay at the Kress Pavilion in Egg Harbor on Aug. 18, 2021.     View the program on YouTube.



Mariners Park Unrealized

DCEC Partners with UW-Green Bay to Test  Water Quality of Ahnapee River 

On May 18, 2022, a panel of native and long-term residents discussed issues that affect Door County citizens. View the program on YouTube.

Current DCEC Position Statements

     Jordan/Hagen Limestone Quarry        Forestville Millpond Drawdown   

     Quarry RV Development                     Meyer-Krouth Marina Project

Current DCEC Newsletter

    December 2022

    50th Anniversary 1970-2020

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