Our annual dinner is sold out!

Tickets to our annual dinner are officially sold out!

If you haven’t purchased a ticket for the annual dinner yet, we will be missing you on October 9th. We can only accommodate 120 people at the beautiful grounds at Terre Rouge and Easton Wines and we met our limit as of September 30th. Thanks to all those who have purchased tickets for the dinner – we look forward to seeing you there! Please remember to bring cash to purchase beverages from the bar!

For those who aren’t able to join us this year, we still welcome your support – you can donate here. 

Keep reading to get a glimpse into our vision  for the annual dinner, from Board President Marta Johnson …

Picture yourself late afternoon, Saturday, Oct. 9, 2021. A refreshing breeze rustles the early autumn leaves on the spacious lawn in Shenandoah Valley, Amador County ...

You are outdoors, wearing your light jacket or shawl, visiting with old and new friends at beautiful Terre Rouge and Easton Wines. The gentle music of Wicked Sisters is playing in the background. You buy a wine, beer, or soda, reminding yourself to bid on the items in the raffle and silent auction while anticipating the outstanding meal to be served by organic farmers and caterers Outer Aisles with homemade desserts to follow. You take a deep breath and feel grateful you can support Foothill Conservancy in its 31st year of protecting the land and watershed of this glorious region.

You are attending the event to honor Dr. Bob Hartmann and Mel Welsh, RN, founding members of Foothill Conservancy and dedicated health advocates in their work before and during the ongoing Covid 19 pandemic. Happy to be well and mobile, you know you will have space to be physically distanced while gathering with others who are also going through the tenuous times of the pandemic. The event is your opportunity to be out and about while contributing to the environmental mission of the Foothill Conservancy.

Remember to bring cash for your beverage purchases from our generous hosts Jane O’Riordan and Bill Easton.

We look forward to seeing you there!

Marta Johnson

Board of Directors President

Foothill Conservancy

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Leslie Smith, Sutter Creek, CA: Raised in Washington State, Leslie is a happy California transplant having moved to Sunny Sutter Creek full time in 2020. As a nascent fly fisher and lifelong skier, she is committed to the natural environment and brings extensive organizational and finance experience to the board from a nearly 40 year career in banking.