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“A Celebration in the Country” on September 23, 2016 at Gingerwoods!
Stay tuned for an announcement regarding this year’s honorees and some exciting conservation news!
Taking place Friday, September 23 at Gingerwoods, 7611 Rose Island Road, “A Celebration in the Country” invites you to support and celebrate River Fields’ 57 years of achievement while enjoying live and silent auctions, host Jean West, locally-sourced food provided by Lilly’s, and the landscape’s lasting beauty.
Tickets for the fundraiser are $200 per person. Discounted tickets for dessert only are $75. Cocktails and hors d’oeuvres begin at 6:30 p.m., followed by a buffet dinner from Lilly’s with sweets provided by Desserts by Helen. Reservations close Tuesday, September 20. Tickets can be purchased here.
This year’s sponsors include Brown-Forman Corporation, Deming Malone Livesay and Ostroff CPAs, global x Tax, Kentucky Select Properties, Lois Mateus and Tim Peters, and Stites and Harbison.
This year the evening includes some spectacular raffle packages and a live auction. A few of the highlights will include: International and Domestic Trips, Wine, A Year of Dinner for Two at Great Local Restaurants, Golf Package, and a Bourbon Enthusiast Package.
You can see information on online bidding and raffle tickets on the event page.
2016 Connecting in the City
Many thanks to those of who came out on June 1 to our second annual Connecting in the City! It was a beautiful evening and a great event. Pictures from The Voice-Tribune’s Bill Wine can be seen here.
Our Mission Statement
River Fields protects, preserves and enhances the natural and cultural resources, including agricultural and scenic resources, on both sides of the Ohio River between Westport and West Point, Kentucky, for the benefit of the public.
River Fields is the largest and oldest river conservancy along the 981 mile Ohio River. For 50 years, River Fields has utilized its resources to effectively protect, preserve and enhance the natural and cultural resources of the land and water around the Ohio River in our region. Through our programs of land conservation, advocacy, and education, River Fields strives to create harmony between nature, history and the people who live here. River Fields owns land or holds conservation easements on 37 properties, totaling more than 2,200 acres, most of which is preserved forever. River Fields is one of the nation’s few land trusts tackling regional advocacy work and land conservation.