Green River Valley Land Trust Annual Community Picnic August 22
August 17, 2009
The Green River Valley Land Trust will hold their annual Community Picnic on Saturday, August 22 at the Sublette County Fairgrounds. This is a family-friendly, community-wide event. There will be dinner, drinks and dancing. The event is free and open to the public.
The GRVLT asks that picnic-goers bring two non-perishable or canned good items for admission to be donated to the local food banks.
Each family is also asked to bring a dish to share for 12. If your last name begins with:
A-I, please bring an appetizer
J-R, please bring a salad or side dish
S-Z, please bring a dessert
A children’s area will be available.
For more information: www.grvlandtrust.org or call 307-367-7007. The GRVLT asks attendees to please RSVP online at their website or by calling 307-367-7007.
Anyone interested in volunteering can call their office or e-mail Caroline at email@example.com.
The GRVLT is a private, nonprofit organization that works with landowners to conserve Wyoming’s agricultural and natural resources. They were founded in 2000 by a group of ranchers, teachers and local business owners who wanted to provide landowners, particularly working ranchers, with a voluntary way to conserve their land and the wildlife habitat and agricultural heritage. To date, they have worked with more than 45 families to conserve nearly 24,000 acres of working ranchland, wildlife habitats and scenic views in Sublette County. They are one of the first accredited land trusts in the country and the only accredited land trust in Wyoming to date.