For 40 years, Bodega quilters have been making gorgeous quilts, one every year, to raffle off to support worthy local causes. For many of those years the Bodega Fire Department has been the recipient of the Bodega Quilt Raffle proceeds.
This year, Bodega Land Trust has been honored in memory of the passing of two of their cherished leaders in the last two years, Sandy Sharp (2019) and Don Sherer (2020). Proceeds will go to BLTand the Bodega Volunteer Fire Department.
Because of this the 40th Bodega Quilt is very special and very beautiful. You see below the poster made up of the individual pieces before being assembled into the quilt.
Go to the eNotes section of this Website and read the stories about the quilt and its individual pieces.
You can support BLT by purchasing tickets when you see the Quilt on display at local Markets at the pricing noted on the flyer below. You can also purchase tickets through our Donate button! If you do this, we would appreciate your donation of $20 or more and for every $20 donation, you will receive 24 chances to win this beautiful Bodega Quilt.
The winning ticket will be drawn on November 30, 2021, at 6pm on the patio at the Casino in Bodega. Stay and have dinner at the “Holly & Tali Show” at the Casino.
To buy raffle tickets by Donating to BLT, just use the Donate Now!featureon theBLT Website homepage. When you enter an amount and select Donate, you can choose to pay with PayPal or with a Debit/Credit Card, and we will take it from there. Make sure to enter a comment with your payment that it is for Quilt Raffle tickets.
When the raffle drawing is done, and if you win, we will contact you using your Donation contact information.
Bodega Land Trust greatly appreciates your generous donations!
To ring the new year, Bodega Land Trust received from Sonoma Land Trust a convservation easement over a beautiful quarter-mile stretch of Coleman Valley Creek west of Occidental. The creek which runs across a property donated to Sonoma Land Trust in 2017 is a major tributary of Salmon Creek, It is a priority for our land and water protection work in the watershed.
The new easement is named after Alden Gilchrist, who loved the underlying property and whose partner generously donated the land to the Sonoma Land Trust. We are grateful for our partnership with Sonoma Land Trust, which increases our opportunities to protect the Salmon Creek watershed.
If you do shopping via amazon.com then here is another way of donating without actually donating. I know it's confusing but here's how this works. Amazon has a program named Amazon Smile. All you need to do is just simply login using https://smile.amazon.com, choose the organization you wish to support (in this case... Bodega Land Trust!) and shop!
Amazon will donate a small amount to us everytime you shop without adding anything to your bill. For more information on how to sign up, check the video above.
When we see land as a community to which we belong, we may begin to use it with love and respect.
~Aldo Leopold 1886-1948
Bodega Land Trust was established in 1992 by a small group of ranchers who, like Aldo Leopold, saw the realization of community in a shared love of the land. As new technologies increasingly influence the pace and patterns of our daily lives, Bodega Land Trust helps anchor us to a physical place – engaging us with the land and its natural and agricultural systems. From its origins in the town of Bodega, the Trust has focused its efforts on protecting the local area roughly defined by the Sonoma Coast from Jenner to the Estero Americano and the watersheds of Salmon Creek and Dutch Bill Creek, a tributary of the Russian River.
Our mission is to support and preserve the health and diversity of the various communities to which we belong.
Stewardship of the land conveys a responsibility to educate visitors and residents about our beautiful community. Bodega Land Trust hosts Walks and Talks, programs which inform and entertain through outings and presentations by local experts on a wide range of subjects. We look forward to seeing you!
Mark your calendars for our upcoming Walks and Talks!
Kathleen Kraft, an expert on California native grassland talks about the grasses around Ocean Song.
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