Clean Water Action Council President Dean Hoegger is presenting a talk titled “Protecting the Waters of Door County: It Shouldn’t be Political”. The program is scheduled for Thursday 26 March, 7:00 pm at Sturgeon Bay Public Library, Jane Green Room, Upper Level.
Hoegger will discuss the current threats to surface and ground water and how partisan politics and powerful lobby interests have caused a failure to protect this valuable resource.
Both the Livestock Siting Law and the Karst bills of 2009 and 2015 will be a focus of the presentation.
Current legislative actions will be discussed and what additional legislation is needed to provide for greater local powers to protect the waters of Door County.
Clean Water Action Council of Northeast Wisconsin is a nonprofit organization working to protect human health and the environment since1985. Hoegger has served as president since 2009, and director since 2012.
The talk is free and open to the public. Democratic Party of Door County is the host for this program.
karst |kärst| noun Geology: landscape underlain by limestone that has been eroded by dissolution, producing ridges, towers, fissures, sinkholes, and other characteristic landforms.