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The Lake County Land Trust will hold its sixth annual Spring Dinner at the Saw Shop Gallery Bistro on Tuesday, May 13 in Kelseyville.
The dinner is hosted by Marie Beery, and sponsored by Foods Etc. in Clearlake. The food, wine, and services are donated to support the Land Trust and its projects.
The public is cordially invited to attend the event, which starts at 6 p.m. with a no-host cocktail hour.
Numerous paintings by local nature artists will be on display and for sale. The artwork is donated by the artists to the Land Trust as part of the fundraiser. Several of the paintings will have been given awards stemming from the Land Trust’s Art and Nature event (held on May 3).
The proceeds from this dinner will go to the Land Trust’s many projects, including the Rodman Slough Preserve, the upcoming effort to preserve Mount Konocti, and other plans for preserving and protecting the beautiful habitats of Lake County.
The Rodman Slough Preserve is located on the north end of Clear Lake at the intersection of Westlake Road and the Nice-Lucerne Cutoff.
The Trust spearheaded the preservation of the property and hosts hikes and events there. The property is open for guided nature walks every Saturday morning, weather permitting.
The Land Trust is a private, nonprofit local organization dedicated to land conservation and protecting Lake County’s natural, recreational, historical and scenic resources.
To make reservations, at $60 per person, simply call the Saw Shop Gallery Bistro at 278-0129. Payment is made the night of the dinner, with all proceeds going to the Lake County Land Trust.