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Presentation stresses importance of Niagara Escarpment

11:55 AM, Apr. 1, 2013  |  Comments
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Roger Kuhns and Bob Bultman will present "Shelf Life," a short program on the importance of the Niagara Escarpment in the quality of life in Door County, at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Liberty Grove Town Hall, 6:30 pm, prior to the Town Board meeting.

The focus will be the ecology, geology, hydrology and the cultural and natural impact of the Niagara Shelf which stretches from Door County to Niagara Falls. The ecological zones on, and extending beyond the cliffs are varying and wide resources that interconnect with all aspects of the environment. Door County land use and forest management has an impact on the health of the Escarpment as well as economics, tourism and the lives of both residents and visitors.

Kuhns and Bultman are well-known and widely respected naturalists and geologists and will take questions and provide handouts. The Liberty Grove Town Hall is at 11161 Old Stage Road, and the public is welcome.

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