8:00am Tuesday, May 30 – 8:00pm Friday, June 2
Door County harbors a treasure trove of natural wonders including old growth forests, vast wetlands, wildflower meadows, sheer limestone cliffs and romantic lighthouses, and sand, cobble, bedrock, and coral reef beaches. Explore these gems with Schlitz Audubon Senior Ecologist Don Quintenz! This year includes Gilsen-Peterson Woods and a private wetland sanctuary that is a model for high quality restoration of a reed canary grass wetland.
In the evenings we will enjoy the beautiful photographs taken by Dottie Diggs during her most recent visit to Monet’s Giverny gardens, while listening to classical music. Also learn about recent acquisitions of the Door County Land Trust from Terrie Cooper, Director of Land Program. Participants will stay in the comfort and luxury of Lawrence University’s beautiful Bjorklunden lodge on the shore of Lake Michigan. Commuters from Door County are welcome to join. Interested persons can contact Don Quintenz for more information at 414-352-2880, x 156. Price includes transportation, lodging, interpretation, fees, and meals except for lunch and dinner on our way home at restaurants.
Pre-registration is required. To register call 414-352-2880 x0.
*Add $120 to cost for single room