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April Donation Creation: Benefiting Forest Recovery Project!

We’re not going to lie, this pizza is all the things we’re into right now and we’re so excited to bring it to your mouth!

Grilled asparagus, roasted Portobello mushrooms, and red onion play the perfect supporting cast to slow-roasted Sunset Farm lamb over a roasted garlic and red wine tomato sauce. But, we didn’t stop there… this pizza is topped with Door County Creamery cracked black pepper and truffle chevre.

And, being that Earth Day is coming up, it’s only appropriate that we’ve teamed up with our friends at Forest Recovery Project, a not for profit effort to strengthen, enhance and protect our native forest systems. 

With emphasis on environmental education, community involvement and ecological stewardship ethics in practice, the Forest Recovery Project aims to support sustainable management of our native forest through forest recovery and enhancement practices such as:

  • planting of native trees, shrubs and herbs
  • invasive species control
  • tree release
  • appropriate thinning
  • natural habitat structures (nest and den boxes, bat houses, raptor platforms, etc.)
  • stewardship training
  • native plant rescue
  • supporting our local forest products industry

AND- In celebration of Earth Day, Forest Recovery Project is teaming up with Climate Change Coalition, The Nature Conservancy and Ridges Sanctuary to hostEarth Week 2016.

Events will include a tree planting with Gibraltar and Sturgeon Bay High School students, inspiring speakers and musical performances. For a list of events, visitEarth Week Door County’s Facebook Page
If you would like to get involved or volunteer, email Bob Bultman atbobbultman@yahoo.com