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April 10, 2019
Spend an ‘Evening with Teddy – Roosevelt Comes Alive,’ and help support local land conservation
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Pictured: Steve Stark the “Illustorian” brings the story of Teddy Roosevelt to life.
CAREFREE – Guests to this unique event will be treated to a fabulous evening at El Pedregal at the Boulders Resort and Spa on Friday, April 12. Proceeds from the evening will benefit two non-profit conservation organizations, Desert Foothills Land Trust (DFLT) and the National Museum of Forest Service History. “We are looking forward to a truly unique evening that celebrates conservation – from its creation to today. We have partnered with the National Museum of Forest Service History to share the story of the people and the special places that helped shape and build America’s conservation story,” Desert Foothills Land Trust’s Executive Director Vicki Preston said. The conservation movement of the late 1800s has gifted us all the ability to be stewards of our public lands for more than 100 years. The National Museum of Forest Service History is home to an amazing collection of historical artifacts including artwork, photographs and documents that share the rich history and story of the beginning of America’s conservation legacy. “As we celebrate our past, we look to important groups like Desert Foothills Land Trust to carry the torch of conservation into the future”, said Lisa
Tate, executive director of the National Museum of Forest Service History. DFLT connects people to nature by working with communities and partners to conserve and steward lands and species for the survival of the fragile Sonoran Desert. The trust’s conservation work provides a balance to development and land use changes – conserving the most special and sensitive natural areas for the benefit of this and future generations. To date, DFLT has permanently protected nearly 750 acres on 25 preserves, and we continue to make great strides in adding acres to our preserve system. The event will begin at 5:30 p.m. with a cocktail hour featuring heavy hors d’oeuvres and a cash bar, as well as interactive vignettes that celebrate significant moments in conservation. Guests will then move in to the Tohono Ballroom where they will enjoy a decadent plated desert paired with wine, while the program begins. There will be a chance to win at a fast-paced live auction that will include a number of unique items and experiences like a 6-day pack trip into the Bob Marshall Wilderness, or a stay at Montana’s exclusive Triple Creek Ranch.
Photo courtesy of DFLT
“Illustorian” Steve Stark through word and illustration will tell the story of Theodore Roosevelt, one of the most powerful voices in the history of American conservation. Learn about the people, places and things that shaped and built America’s conservation story; one that is being carried on today by the event hosts, DFLT and the National Museum of Forest Service History. Tickets for “An Evening with Teddy – Roosevelt Comes Alive” are $150 per person and event support packages are available. Guests are encouraged to dress in casual attire and should anticipate cool evening temperatures. Space is limited and we expect to sell out fast, so be sure to reserve tickets at dflt.org or call 480)-488-6131. About DFLT Desert Foothills Land Trust connects people to nature by working with communities and partners to conserve and steward lands and species for the survival of the fragile Sonoran Desert. We offer a number of opportunities for people to connect to and enjoy nature – from our guided hikes to other unique events like outdoor art classes and our family Desert Discovery Day. More information is available at dflt.org or 480-488-6131. For more information about the National Museum of Forest Service History forestservicemuseum.org or call 406.541.6374.