The Land Trust of Virginia Garden Party will be held on May 21, 2017 at Wind Fields Farm, the home of Mr. and Mrs. Timothy B. Harmon, in Middleburg, Va. This historic 463-acre estate borders on Goose Creek and dates to pre-Revolutionary War America. Nestled in the heart of Middleburg Hunt territory, Wind Fields is home to the oldest restored lime kilns in Loudoun County, Virginia and offers a lovely terrace and garden setting for the event. Please join LTV for an afternoon celebrating efforts to conserve Virginia’s open space, natural resources, and cultural heritage.
The Garden Party will again feature a “wet paint” auction, Painting for Preservation, where artists will create individual and unique artworks from selected locations in the Wind Fields garden. Party guests will be able to bid on these works of art during the party to secure their opportunity to take a canvas home as well as bid in a silent auction.
For additional information, tickets, and details on sponsorship opportunities, please contact Kerry Roszel, Development Associate at 540-687-8441 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Land Trust of Virginia partners with private landowners who voluntarily protect and preserve properties with significant historic, scenic and ecological value to benefit the community through conservation easements. Lands in easement stay in private hands and contribute to important segments of our agricultural and tourism economies as well as cleaner air and water. Founded nearly a quarter century ago, the organization is a non-profit organization that relies upon the generosity of the community and landowners to fulfill its mission. The Land Trust of Virginia stewards over 15,000 acres and recently approved significant new easements in the Piedmont area.