Celebrating the county’s newest preserve

The Ozaukee Washington Land Trust and Ozaukee County last week held a celebration at Lion’s Den Gorge Nature Preserve to mark the acquisition of the nearby Clay Bluffs Cedar Gorge Nature Preserve, recognizing the many people and agencies that helped make the project a reality. Tom Stolp, executive director of the Land Trust, (right photo) took a look at the cakes being served to guests. Cutting a ribbon to denote the fact that the deal has been completed were (above photo, from left) Anna Sidie-Slettedalh and Robert Lueckel, both of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, State Rep. Deb Andraca, Stolp, Wisconsin Department of Administration Assistant Deputy Secretary Olivia Hwang, Department of Natural Resources Secretary Preston Cole, Ozaukee County Director of Planning and Parks Andrew Struck, Supr. Paul Melotik, Ozaukee County Administrator Jason Dzwinel, Supr. Rob Holyoke, former supervisor Glenn Stumpf and Supr. Patrick Foy. Photo by Sam Arendt

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