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Nature Notes: Deer on the Run – Wisconsin White-tails

Posted on Nov 7, 2022 by Jeanne Farrell   No Comments Yet | Posted in Blog · Homepage Photo Gallery Images · In the News · Nature Notes

By Anna Foster and Jackie Rath The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources refers to the large population of white-tailed deer as an iconic and important part of the Wisconsin landscape and culture. And depending on your point of view, deer can be either a wonderful or troublesome part of living in Wisconsin. Growing up in [..Read more]

What’s Living at The Ridges?

Posted on Oct 19, 2022 by Jackie Rath   No Comments Yet | Posted in In the News

Published by Door County Pulse, Peninsula Pulse – October 13, 2022 Sanctuary plans first major plant survey since 1983 The Ridges Sanctuary has some of the most diversified habitat in the Midwest in a relatively compact area, and the sanctuary’s leaders want an update on what’s living there. Forty years have passed since the last [..Read more]

Ridges’ Gill Enjoying Master Planning Process

Posted on Aug 15, 2022 by Jeanne Farrell   No Comments Yet | Posted in In the News

Published by Door County Daily News —  August 14, 2022 Giving your feedback on the future of The Ridges Sanctuary in Baileys Harbor has been an enjoyable history lesson for its executive director Andy Gill. The Ridges Sanctuary kicked off its 20-year master plan process in May on the heels of its purchase of The [..Read more]

Culture Club: Citizen Science Making a Difference in Nature

Posted on Aug 4, 2022 by Jeanne Farrell   No Comments Yet | Posted in In the News · Uncategorized

Published by: Door County Pulse, Peninsula Pulse – August 2nd, 2022 Authored by SAM HOFFMAN, Land Manager, and TONY KISZONAS, Naturalist and Researcher, The Ridges Sanctuary Citizen science – the collection and analysis of data relating to the natural world by members of the public – is alive and well at The Ridges Sanctuary in [..Read more]

Bridging the Future and the Past

Posted on May 27, 2022 by Jeanne Farrell   No Comments Yet | Posted in Blog · In the News · Ridges Outpost

by Sam Hoffman As those familiar with The Ridges may know, the aging Range Light boardwalk is currently being replaced by some of our amazing volunteers. With the recent announcement of the purchase of The Ridges Inn and the start of the master planning process with SmithGroup, a Madison-based design group, this is a great [..Read more]

Festival of Nature Celebrates All Summer Long

Posted on May 4, 2022 by Katie Krouse   No Comments Yet | Posted in In the News

by: Door County Pulse, Peninsula Pulse – April 14th, 2022 The Ridges Sanctuary and its community partners invite the public to celebrate the precious species, rare habitat and natural beauty of the Door peninsula all summer long during its 20th annual Festival of Nature. Activities will kick off on Memorial Day weekend and include 65 programs involving outdoor learning, social conversation and [..Read more]