Farm to Fork 2021

Thanks to our incredible supporters, Farm to Fork is sold out!

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The sixth annual Farm to Fork is here! This time around we’re celebrating 40 years of local conservation.

Farm to Fork is the largest annual fundraiser for the Eagle Valley Land Trust and local land conservation efforts. The event takes place at an exclusive property in Edwards on Thursday, August 26th for a legendary night of conservation camaraderie, starting with a cocktail hour hosted by 10th Mountain Whiskey and Spirits featuring a signature cocktail for the event, followed by a world class dinner catered by Red Maple and live auction.

Proceeds from Farm to Fork help the Eagle Valley Land Trust protect land and wildlife habitat in Eagle County. EVLT currently protects over 13,000 acres across 38 properties in Eagle County providing wildlife habitat, recreational opportunities, and functioning agricultural land for our community.


Did you know that Farm to Fork’s Title Sponsor, Alpine Bank, donates 10 cents every time a customer swipes there Environment Debit Loyalty Card, last year alone the bank donated $265,646 to help restore, preserve and protect local ecosystems?

Alpine Bank employees spurred a grassroots commitment to environmental sustainability back in 2003. Today,  Alpine’s Green Team, which includes all bank employees,  continues to apply environmental best practices at bank locations across Colorado. Locally, Alpine Bank is proud to be certified Actively Green in the Vail Valley and proud to be supporting the Eagle Valley Land Trust’s conservation efforts. Working together, we can preserve and protect what makes Colorado such a special place. You are Colorado, So are we!

 


Founded by photographers Todd Winslow Pierce and Kate Morris, Eagle Valley Wild (EVW) is a non-profit enterprise that provides professional photographic services and imagery to conservation-related organizations, efforts, and initiatives in Eagle County, Colorado.

Their photographs have helped secure a $700,000 grant for the Ridgway Ranch acquisition, contributed to saving Sweetwater Lake and have illustrated the inherent value and importance of our conservation easements and open spaces. Their project also includes documentation of land use and migration issues, our watershed, and capturing wildlife with remote technologies. They currently have an outdoor exhibit at Walking Mountains Science Center that you can visit anytime during daylight hours. Please visit EagleValleyWild.org for more information and to help them help us with beautiful imagery of our projects and goals.