Thursday, May 30, 2019

Celebrate Sheboygan-area land, park and water preservation Sunday, 6/2

Soon they'll be calling Sheboygan "Synchronicity City."

Friends of the Black Forest - - the grassroots group making progress in a battle to save a forest, rare dunes, wetlands and state park public acreage from bulldozers and profiteers - - will gather in the Town of Wilson Village Hall just south of Sheboygan Sunday June 2nd to celebrate a court win for conservation.

And for fair government and five years of inspiring land, park and water preservation work against great odds.
FRBF Thank You and Planning Dinner, Sunday, June 2, 2019
3 p.m. - 5:30 p.m. Town of Wilson Village Hall. Salad supper and beverages at 3 p.m.
Hosted by Friends of the Black River Forest and Sierra Club Great Waters Group

Meanwhile, a few days later, some of the very people who back or goosed along the ruination of that forest, the rare dunes, the wetlands and public land within a state park for high-end golf course construction will join a different gathering in Sheboygan days later.

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