Door County, Wisconsin communities can become sustainable communities by incorporating the three spheres of community, economy and environment.
Divided and frustrated, a small town contemplates its future. How does a town come together to move in a positive and productive way towards a sustainable future? This is the story of Sturgeon Bay after a divisive mayoral election that polarized the community between the way it was and the way it could be. From food, water, energy and industry to local jobs and tourism, this story maps out the first steps on what a small town in Wisconsin could achieve for the betterment of all of its citizens.
© Roger James Kuhns 2016
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- July 2016 | Woodwalk Gallery, "Woodwalk Concert Series", Wisconsin
- June 2016 | Margaret Lockwood Gallery, Wisconsin
In the way a travelogue, Roger’s monologues take you there; in the way of a scientist he immerses you in the unique microcontext of what makes the place special. When he did the Niagara Escarpment (literally in our backyard) he left us looking at what we had seen for 12 years in whole new ways and to understand the importance of microclimates. Spell binding, fascinating, unbelievable, hilarious, Roger delivers it all . . . no matter what the subject matter. Never miss an opportunity to “travel” with him. - Allin Walker