The Livingston Land Conservancy’s seventh-annual fundraising event, “Land on the Horizon,” begins at 7 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 2, at the Lakelands Golf and Country Club on Chilson Road in Hamburg Township. Tickets are $55 per person, with the proceeds going directly to the Conservancy’s Land Acquisition and Stewardship Fund to help preserve and protect land in Livingston County.
Persons attending can expect to enjoy live entertainment by Tad Weed, delicious food and beverages, a cash bar, 50-50 raffle, as well as silent and live auctions featuring many unique items ranging from original artwork, donated items from local businesses, fine wines, gourmet food items, gift baskets, and tickets to sporting events.
The Conservancy is also accepting additional sponsors in the following categories: Underwriting Sponsor–$2500, Presenting Sponsor–$1000, Table Sponsor –$500.
To download an RSVP form for tickets or get more information about being a sponsor visit the Conservancy website at www.livingstonlandconservancy.org; to donate an auction item or for any further questions, email the Conservancy at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 810-229-3290.
For More Information
Information regarding the Livingston Land Conservancy is available by calling (810) 229-3290, e-mail at email@example.com, or visiting the organization’s website at: www.livingstonlandconservancy.org.
About the Livingston Land Conservancy
Founded in 1991, the Livingston Land Conservancy is a private, non-profit, tax-exempt 501(c)(3) organization working to protect the natural heritage and rural character of the Greater Livingston County Area.
In recent years, the fastest growing means of protecting land has been through the use of conservation easements, a legal agreement between a private landowner and a land trust that permanently limits the scope and type of development while leaving the land in private ownership.
LLC funds their land protection activities through private donations, gifts from corporations and foundations, and fundraisers. The organization currently has over 540 acres under protection.