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Terry Kunesh of Karl’s Excavating Inc., Manitowoc, compacts the soil to prepare a trench for PVC drainage pipe to be positioned Sept. 2 at the former Squires Country Club in Port Washington as Gary Van Vreede of the Green Bay field office of the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service observes. The Ozaukee Washington Land Trust Inc. is getting $454,000 in federal stimulus money to convert the former golf course into a nature preserve. The land trust bought the 116-acre golf course in November and renamed it the Forest Beach Migratory Preserve. The trust is dismantling the greens and fairways to return the land to its natural state.   Photo by David LaHaye

Terry Kunesh of Karl’s Excavating Inc., Manitowoc, compacts the soil to prepare a trench for PVC drainage pipe to be positioned Sept. 2 at the former Squires Country Club in Port Washington as Gary Van Vreede of the Green Bay field office of the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service observes. The Ozaukee Washington Land Trust Inc. is getting $454,000 in federal stimulus money to convert the former golf course into a nature preserve. The land trust bought the 116-acre golf course in November and renamed it the Forest Beach Migratory Preserve. The trust is dismantling the greens and fairways to return the land to its natural state. Photo by David LaHaye

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