Friday, December 4, 2015

Opportunities to save WI forest, rivers this weekend

This is a good weekend to be a conservationist in Wisconsin.

*  You can meet at the Kohler High School parking lot at 11:30 a.m. Saturday and march with Sheboygan County preservationists and climate change activists who are trying to prevent the conversion of a 247-acre forest preserve, wetland and bluff overlooking Lake Michigan to a high-end golf course. The preserve, in the Town of Wilson, is owned by the Kohler Co.

The project would encroach into the adjoining Kohler-Andrae State Park and bring a lot of traffic to one of the lakeshore's most peaceful settings.

*  And you can bid on nearly 200 amazing items, including art work, food, entertainment, vacation packages to signed Milwaukee sports teams' collectibles in the River Alliance of Wisconsin annual auction which ends Monday, Dec. 7th. I see unusual items at bargain prices for a good cause.

Information, bidding procedure and item photos, here.

1 comment:

Louise Hart, Ed. D. said...

This is a wonderful, extremely important cause!!! I wish I could be there in person to support your battle.
Dr. Louise Hart, Oakland CA