This is a chance to connect with friends about the importance of land stewardship, celebrate the 18 years of success of Wildlands Restoration Volunteers, and support the efforts to restore our beautiful public lands from natural disasters and damage from human recreation (to give back to the lands we enjoy and love so much!)
You’re invited to join us at Lone Hawk Farm, near Longmont, on August 31. See below to purchase single tickets, or grab some friends and buy a table!
• Enjoy a summer evening in the countryside while benefiting local landscapes and the volunteer organization that serves to restore our public lands.
• Bask in the incandescent harmonies of local favorite indie/folk band, The Heartstring Hunters.
• Feast on BBQ and delicious specialty cocktails served up by the one and only Cocktail Caravan.
• Give back to the efforts of Wildlands Restoration Volunteers through an on-site auction with incredible packages from our sponsors, raffle prizes, and other “fun”-draising activities!
• Celebrate community-based land stewardship with great company in a historic barn at the Lone Hawk Farm.
• With remarks by WRV volunteer John Peterson, who successfully reached the summit of Mt. Everest this year.
Enjoy an incredible evening with fellow stewards of the land, support the movement to heal the land, and build community around volunteerism.
General Admission: $75 per ticket; event starts at 6:30pm
VIP Reception: $105 per ticket – Enjoy wine and hors d’oeuvres in a our gorgeous VIP reception room with a stunning, pastoral view of the foothills. Reception starts at 5:30pm.
Tables: $560 – Buy a table (8 general admission tickets at a group discount) for your company/family/friends.
This event sold out last year, so we recommend getting your tickets early.
EARLY BIRD discounts! With the limited number of Early Bird tickets available, this pricing will end on June 27, 2017.
You’ll have a chance to donate at the event to support WRV’s critical environmental restoration work – bring your wallet!
Wildlands Restoration Volunteers
Healing the Land. Building Community.
Our story: In 1999, 20 people gathered to plant willows around Heron Pond at Pella Crossing, Colorado. From this humble beginning grew a corps of thousands of volunteers with a formal leadership training program, who donate $1 million worth of labor and expertise at over 100 restoration projects across Colorado’s Front Range each year. Learn more about our work to restore lands affected by the floods and fires, and join our volunteers at www.wlrv.org.
The Heartstring Hunters
The Heartstring Hunters are an indie/folk band based out of Boulder, Colorado weaving the likeness of Joni Mitchell with the harmonies of the Civil Wars. The Heartstring Hunters will perform at TEDx MileHigh this June. Featuring singer-songwriter Carolyn Nicely, producer/multi-instrumentalist Daniel Hunter, accomplished bassist Alessandro Ceserani and exquisite vocalist Rachael Sheaffer, the Heartstring Hunters will hit you with waves of incandescent harmonies while shades of their southern roots peek through. Check out their NPR Tiny Desk Contest Submission here.
Lone Hawk Farm
Our location: Lone Hawk Farm is a working farm located in a lovely, secluded part of Boulder County. There’s a good view of the Front Range and surrounding countryside from the deck of the historic barn. Starting with a barbed-wire fence and a herd of cattle in 1975, the Lone Hawk’s mission has been to develop the land into a productive, diversified farm providing the wider community with organically-grown produce and a venue for celebrating special events. A long-term goal is to sustainably produce energy as well as fresh local food. Lone Hawk’s gardening equipment, built on-site, is battery-powered and is recharged from solar panels and a wind generator, assuring a clean, quiet growing environment. Learn more about them here: www.lonehawkfarms.com
Featured Speaker: John Peterson
John Peterson has a knack for high-alpine restoration projects. Last Fall he climbed Cho-Oyu (26,906′) on the border of Nepal and Tibet, the 6th tallest mountain in the world and the summit is just 12 miles from Everest, which John successfully summitted on May 27th. John said, “Training for Cho Oyu and Everest, I found it lot more fun carrying wattles up Georgia Pass for a WRV project than doing loops on Mt. Sanitas with sand bags in my pack!” And in regards to his recent Everest trip: “We did do some nice cleanup work at the bottom of the icefall just outside of basecamp to help clean up some trash prior to our summit push.” Hear John speak about his involvement with WRV to restore the land and pursue even bigger goals.
Would your business like to sponsor the event? Please call Linda Lee 303-543-1411, ext. 2# for a list of opportunities.