Celebrating Earth Day 2014, with actions (instead of words) we bring you a message from DCEC’s Citizen of the year…
Bob Bultman is a consulting naturalist and an ecology educator, named Door County Environmental Council’s Citizen of the Year in 2013. He specializes in helping Door County landowners restore and steward the bountiful plant and animal diversity of the verdant Door Peninsula.
“With Spring repeating the ancient pulse of life’s resurrection, it is a good time to take stock and reflect on the condition of our planetary nest and our place in it,” Bob explains. “Are we living in balance? What can we do to better engender global stewardship and sustainability of life’s often fragile web? Perhaps it is time to renew our vows to ourselves and to the Earth.”
On April 20, 2014 he spoke to the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Door County in Ephraim, Wisconsin regarding Earth Day. I was there with camera gear to record, publish and share his presentation with a greater audience.
Bob Bultman has initiated the not-for-profit Forest Recovery Project to engage the Door Community more fully in his effort of stewardship.
DesignWise Studios is donating the hosting and development of this, the Forest Recovery Project website in honor of the 44th annual Earth Day and in support of Bob Bultman and his tireless effort to raise public awareness of the environmental assets that we are all entrusted with.