Past Events

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Native Plant Sale

The High Country Conservancy (THCC) will be having a plant sale during the day and a dinner and wine tasting fundraiser on the evening of Saturday, September 26th.  The plant sale will be Saturday, September 26th from 9 AM to 3 PM and if plants are not all sold, the remainder will be sold on Sunday, September 27th from 9 AM to 3 PM (or as long as plants are still available).  The plant sale will take place at the intersection of Ramsey and dirt Terwilliger Roads, south of Anza.  Entrance is free and there will be classes and demonstrations on planting and propagating native plants, planting the rain- creating planting basins where rainwater collects and identifying and understanding local butterflies and insects and their food sources.  Various sizes and prices of perennial plants will be available as well as seed packages of many native plant species.  The High Country Conservancy is working to promote the use of native plants to provide and increase areas of habitat and reduce the use of water on the landscape.  Many of these plants will be larval food plants for butterflies, some will be nectar sources for butterflies and other insects, other plants will be excellent nectar sources for hummingbirds, while others will just be novel plants found in our area (as described below).

Dinner and Wine Tasting

Join us at 4 PM on September 26th for a dinner and wine tasting fundraiser at 45795 Terwilliger Road just a couple of miles south of the plant sale. There will be live music, a silent auction and wine tasting featuring local area and high altitude wines. Tours of Gordon Pratt’s developing native plant garden will be provided to interested parties.  The cost of dinner is $15 per person – OR-by coming a member of THCC and submitting the dues of $35 per person or $50 per couple by September 1, 2015.  These Special pricing and discounts apply only if we receive your RSVP, membership fees and payment for dinner and wine tasting by September 1, 2015. If maximum of 200 people is not reached, tickets purchased at the door or at the plant sale will be $20 for dinner and $20 for wine tasting.  Please call 951-541-4503 or email euphilotes@aol.com to RSVP & pay for event and for membership applications.  Membership fees, dinner & wine tasting tickets can be paid by mailing a check payable to The High Country Conservancy, P.O. Box 391454, Anza, CA 92539, drop off payment and applications with Marea Stinnett at ERA Excel Realty, or through Paypal at thccanza@gmail.com or click here The High Country Conservancy (THCC) will be having a plant sale during the day and a dinner and wine tasting fundraiser on the evening of Saturday, September 26th. The plant sale will be Saturday, September 26th from 9 AM to 3 PM and if plants are not all sold, the remainder will be sold on Sunday, September 27th from 9 AM to 3 PM (or as long as plants are still available). The plant sale will take place at the intersection of Ramsey and dirt Terwilliger Roads, south of Anza. Entrance is free and there will be classes and demonstrations on planting and propagating native plants, planting the rain- creating planting basins where rainwater collects and identifying and understanding local butterflies and insects and their food sources. Various sizes and prices of perennial plants will be available as well as seed packages of many native plant species. The High Country Conservancy is working to promote the use of native plants to provide and increase areas of habitat and reduce the use of water on the landscape. Many of these plants will be larval food plants for butterflies, some will be nectar sources for butterflies and other insects, other plants will be excellent nectar sources for hummingbirds, while others will just be novel plants found in our area (as described below).
Join us at 4 PM on September 26th for a dinner and wine tasting fundraiser at 45795 Terwilliger Road a couple of miles south of the plant sale. There will be live music, a silent auction and wine tasting featuring local area and high altitude wines. Tours of Gordon Pratt’s developing native plant garden will be provided to interested parties. The cost of dinner is $15 per person and additional $15 for wine tasting. The dinner ticket is free to any current member or if you become a member of THCC and pay the dues of $35 per person or $50 per couple by September 1, 2015. These Special pricing and discounts apply only if we receive your RSVP, membership fees and payment for dinner and wine tasting by September 1, 2015. If maximum of 200 people is not reached, tickets purchased at the door or at the plant sale will be $20 for dinner and $20 for wine tasting. Please call 951-541-4503 or email euphilotes@aol.com to RSVP & pay for event and for membership applications. Membership fees, dinner & wine tasting tickets can be paid by mailing a check payable to The High Country Conservancy, P.O. Box 391454, Anza, CA 92539, drop off payment and applications with Marea Stinnett at ERA Excel Realty, or through Paypal by clicking on the membership options below.


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