This is a chance to connect with friends about the importance of land stewardship, celebrate the 19 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 Thursday, June 21st, 2018
• 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 music.
• Feast on a delicious dinner prepared by Niwot Market and imbibe on delicious specialty cocktails served up by the one and only Cocktail Co-Op.
• Give back to the efforts of Wildlands Restoration Volunteers through an on-site auction, raffle prizes, and other “fun”-draising activities!
• Celebrate community-based land stewardship with great company in a historic barn at the Lone Hawk Farm.
GA – $85 | Ticket price includes live music, open bar, and farm to table meal & dessert.
Table for Eight | $640 | Ticket price includes live music, open bar, and farm to table meal & dessert for you and seven guests (a total of eight tickets).
Thank you to our Sponsors –
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.
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
Would your business like to sponsor the event? Please call or e-mail Maya Burlingame at 303-543-1411 x 113 for a list of opportunities.