Bob Bultman

Geologist, Caver, and Nature Restorationist

 

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Bob Bultman

Bob Bultman is a northeast Wisconsin native and spends every chance he can working and playing in the natural splendor of the Door Peninsula. He is a lifelong student of the natural sciences with a geoscience degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

From his home in Baileys Harbor, Bob runs RestoreDoor EcoLogical Services, a land stewardship company helping landowners foster our native habitats. Bob feels fortunate to be an auxiliary member of Wisconsin DNR’s Bat Monitoring Crew and thoroughly enjoys his occasional role as an environmental educator at The Clearing Folk School and with the Road Scholar Program.

Bob has served the Town of Baileys Harbor as a firefighter for 15 years and currently chairs the town’s Marina Committee. He has been a past Board Member for the Wisconsin Speleological Society and the Friends of Peninsula State Park. He currently serves on the Niagara Escarpment Resource Network Steering Committee.

When not experiencing life’s many wonders with son Wyatt, including their most recent venture raising backyard chickens, Bob might be found transplanting native plants into his yard or attempting to make the perfect batch of hard cider. He is a big fan of winter. When the snow flies, he enjoys sliding across horizontal snow on two boards and carving down the more slanted snow on one.

 

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