Minnesota Made: Preserving the Very Best of Minnesota's Treasured Places
Thursday, May 23, 2013 at 6:00 PM
Minnesota Made is a fast-paced, lively event featuring the very best in food and drink from family farms, our own legendary waters and Minnesota-based producers. Kim Bartmann, acclaimed restauranteur and owner of Café Barbette, Red Stag Supper Club, Pat’s Tap, Bread and Pickle and Bryant Lake Bowl will transform these local foods into imaginative and unique eats for your enjoyment.
Minnesota Made reflects the Land Trust’s values and goals of protecting Minnesota’s outdoor legacy of clean water, sustainable wildlife habitats and incredible scenic views in Minnesota’s most iconic landscapes.
Minnesota Made raises funds to permanently protect natural and scenic land right here in Minnesota.
Last year’s event helped protect nearly 1,000 acres along the North Shore of Lake Superior, as well as hundreds of other acres in strategic locations throughout the state.
You'll have unique opportunities to bid on field trip adventures, exclusive outings and special treats...everything with an eye on "Minnesota Made," celebrating the very best of Minnesota's Treasured Places!
- Stay at a spectacular, secluded cabin on protected property adjacent to Split Rock Lighthouse State Park, thanks to Minnesota photographer and conservationist Craig Blacklock.
- See Bob Dylan & Wilco at Midway Stadium July 10.
- Enjoy a private guided fly-fishing trip on a North Shore trout stream and stay in an exclusive cabin right on Lake Superior.
- Sail Grand Marais Harbor (observing Land Trust protected shoreline) on the Hjordis, thanks to the North House Folk School.
- Go for a paddle with arctic adventurer and Minnesota Land Trust landowner Paul Schurke. Explore the Hegman Lake petroglyphs, enjoy a campfire lunch and puppy time back at the lodge, thanks to Wintergreen Dogsled Lodge (this field trip will take place on Sunday, September 8).
- Tour the Mississippi River by kayak with University of Minnesota hydrologist Pat Nunnally, thanks to Above the Falls Sports (this field trip will take place on Saturday, August 10).
- Explore the Superior Hiking Trail with Jan and John Green (this field trip will take place on Saturday, October 12). The Greens were leaders in the development of the Superior HIking Trail and will have an insider's view on the trail's features. Jan is an award-winning birder, and John is an expert geologist.
- Artwork by Liz Sivertson, Richard Nelson, Andrea Martin (original work created for Minnesota Made), Rick Allen, Fitz Fitzgerald and Craig Blacklock
- And much more!
Great people at a great event for a great cause! Won’t you join us?
Thanks to our generous sponsors:
Cornerstone Group - Limno Tech - Sundial Solar - Xcel Energy
Sunrise Community Banks - Marine Tech
EDF Renewable Energy - Larkin Hoffman
Thanks to these generous donors:
Kim Bartmann * Craig and Honey Blacklock * Colleen Carey and Pam Endean
Ned and Sherry Ann Dayton * Dawn Erlandson * Robert and Caroline Fullerton
Martha and Wolfgang Greiner * David Hartwell and Elizabeth DeBaut * Lucy Hartwell
Susan Heegaard and Gary Findell * Chuck and Melinda Moos * Ginna and Allan Portman Amis
Willie and Markell Rahr * Paul and Linda Schurke * Mark Stutrud
What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?
You'll find convenient indoor parking adjacent to the theater at the Marriott Hotel Ramp, accessed at 30 South 7th Street. An elevator will take you directly to the theater on the first floor. The New Century Theater is accessible by car, Metro transit and light rail.
Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?
Just give us a call at 651-647-9590, or email us at email@example.com. We'd be happy to help you in any way that we can!
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
It's not necessary, but helpful. For your convenience, your ticket also includes information about parking.
Can I update my registration information?
Just give us a call if you have any questions or concerns at 651-647-9590.
Is my ticket price deductible?
$75 of the $100 ticket price is deductible as a charitable donation.
When & Where
Minnesota Land Trust
Minnesota Land Trust protects and restores Minnesota's most vital natural lands in order to provide wildlife habitat, clean water, outdoor experiences and scenic beauty through regional offices in Duluth, and St. Paul.
We’ve completed nearly 500 conservation projects, permanently protecting more than 45,000 acres of natural and scenic land and over a million feet of fragile shoreline statewide.
We are one of the first accredited land trusts in the country and we are endorsed by the Charities Review Council.