The Door Garden Club supports environmental conservation and sustainability.
They are guiding influences for what we do.
Learn more about what our U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is doing HERE.
Learn the difference between conservation and sustainability HERE.
10 Things You Can Do Now
Plant native species on your property.
Switch to LED lightbulbs.
Reduce your food waste. Take the food waste challenge
Cut down on consumption!
About the Knowles Nelson Stewardship Fund
Named for two Wisconsin Governors, the Knowles-Nelson Stewardship Fund was created in 1989 to preserve important natural communities, protect water quality and fisheries, and expand opportunities for outdoor recreation.
About the Door County Land Trust
Since its "inception in 1986, the Door County Land Trust has worked to preserve, maintain and enhance lands that contribute significantly to the scenic beauty, open space, and ecological integrity of Door County."
Door County Invasive Species
"The Door County Invasive Species Team (DCIST) is a group of natural resource professionals and interested public members that are concerned about the preservation of Door County’s natural environment. DCIST seeks to half the invasion of exotic, non-native plants by empowering citizens with the education, tools and skills necessary to control invasive species."
"DCIST is committed to educating, preventing, minimizing, and eradicating invasive plants and reducing their impact on Door County’s natural resources, economic viability, and human welfare."
The DCIST website is an invaluable resource with detailed information and images of invasive plants common to our area. There are also numerous links to other resources, and information on how one can help.
Pictured here are just four of the many common invasive species that grow in Door County. See a handy chart of Door County's most prevalent invasive plants HERE.
Invasive species should not be bought and sold, or planted. Their use in floral arrangements is discouraged.