Flathead Land Trust is celebrating its 30th anniversary celebration and fundraiser on Sept. 26 starting at 5:30 p.m.
The event will be hosted at the Diamond B Ranch, a 190-acre working farm and conservation easement along the Flathead River.
Guests will enjoy a local farm-to-table dinner prepared by Tim Good of the Cuisine Machine, live music by Jack Gladstone, Phil Aaberg, and Dave Griffith, and a live and silent auction of outdoor experience packages and historic memorabilia.
Guests will have a chance to bid on a piece of rare Montana history – a “Welcome to Montana” Highway Sign. Gov. Bullock and the Montana Department of Transportation donated the famous piece of memorabilia.
“We invite everyone to join us at the Barn Bash to celebrate 30 years of community-based conservation with Flathead Land Trust and help to protect our beautiful open lands, clean rivers and lakes, and working family farms for many generations to come,” said Paul Travis, Flathead Land Trust executive director. “This exciting event is a great way to share our on-the-ground conservation work with the community, and celebrate why we all love this incredible place.”
Flathead Land Trust is a nonprofit organization that negotiates voluntary conservation agreements with private landowners ensuring that the opens space, wetlands, wildlife habitat and other conservation values of the private land are maintained in perpetuity.
Earlier this year, the Beacon wrote about the Flathead Land Trust’s 30th anniversary.
For more information or to purchase tickets, go to www.flatheadlandtrust.org or call 406-752-8293. Tickets are $75 per person or $125 per couple.
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