Tri-Valley Conservancy's 25th Anniversary

Connie Campbell, evening MC Congressman Eric Swalwell, and Darcie Kent are shown celebrating at Tri-Valley Conservancy's 25th Anniversary.

More than 300 area residents attended the local non-profit organization’s 25th Anniversary Celebration at Jeans & Jewels fundraiser on Friday, November 8. Guests “Rocked the Ranch” with delicious food, drinks, live music and a DF, and line dancing. The generous and dedicated supporters raised over $235,000 to help preserve land forever, providing parks, trails, local food and local wine for generations to come.

Thanks to supporters, more than 4,500 acres have been preserved forever. “We are so lucky to live in a wonderful place with parks, trails, winetasting, locally grown food and adventure at our doorstep. But it wouldn’t be possible without our generous supporters, volunteers, sponsors and partners with the foresight and dedication to preserve land now, before it’s too late, for future generations to enjoy,” explained Laura Mercier, Executive Director of Tri-Valley Conservancy.

The event was nestled in preserved vineyards at Casa Real at Ruby Hill Winery and presented by their in-house caterer Beets Hospitality Group which, as always, delivered fantastic food and atmosphere. Tri-Valley Conservancy thanks their amazing supporters and sponsors Wente Vineyards, Beets Hospitality Group, Topcon, Wells Fargo, Darcie Kent Vineyards, Ponderosa, Kier & Wright, East Bay Regional Park District, Friends of Open Space and the Vineyards, Shamrock Development & Construction, Inc., Cemex, Joya Yoga, Lam Research, Hoge Fenton, and Bishop Ranch.

To learn more or donate, please contact Tri-Valley Conservancy at TriValleyConservancy.org or (925) 449-8706.