Winemaking in the Sonoma Valley — A History of Grape-growing, Innovative Women and Transformed Landscapes
November 12, 10am–1pm
Free and open to all
Join Arthur Dawson and the Sonoma Resource Conservation District to discover the rich history of wine grapes in Sonoma Valley and the women who became leaders of the industry. Also enjoy stories of the past while visiting the historic mansion and vineyard at Glen Oaks Ranch.
Gates open: 9:30am
History with Arthur Dawson: 10am-12noon
(optional) House tour: 12-12:30pm
(optional) Wildlife corridor slideshow: 12:30-1pm
Gates close: 1:15pm
Part of the Agricultural Heritage Series brought to you by the Sonoma County Agricultural Preservation and Open Space District and the Sonoma Resource Conservation District in partnership with the Sonoma Land Trust. The outing is made possible by the voters of Sonoma County who fund the Ag and Open Space District's work with a quarter-cent sales tax, and supporters of Sonoma Land Trust.
About Glen Oaks Ranch
The 234-acre Glen Oaks Ranch property, located in the Valley of the Moon near Glen Ellen, was donated to Sonoma Land Trust in 2001. The Ranch’s vintage farmhouse, stonewalls and oak woodlands are visible to travelers along the Highway 12 corridor. In addition to its scenic and historic value, Glen Oaks also offers exceptional wildlife habitat. The valley oaks are among the finest stands in the Sonoma Valley, and a stunning reminder of old California.
Sonoma Land Trust conserves scenic, natural, agricultural and open land for the future of Sonoma County by:
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