We have a lot to celebrate. For 25 years, the Rangeland Trust community has come together to conserve California’s working lands and keep ranchers ranching. Now we can look around us and see all the good that is resulting. Because of what has been conserved, today we can enjoy the fruits of our labor.
There is great diversity with more than 400 foods that can be produced in California. Our agricultural lands offer a unique story of abundance in which livestock play an important role. Our abundance means there is enough nutrition and variety for everyone. What we conserve now will enable us to keep celebrating these gifts of the land for generations to come.
As we gather round the table at Yolo Land & Cattle, we can celebrate the achievements of the past 25 years, enjoy good company and pasture-to-plate flavors, and look ahead to all that is possible for the future – a bountiful future worth fighting for!
California Agriculture Museum
5:00 pm – 8:00 pm
A WESTERN AFFAIR
Yolo Land & Cattle Co.
5:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Great Bear Vineyards is offering an exclusive vineyard walk, wine tasting and lunch for friends of the California Rangeland Trust on Saturday, May 20th from 12:30 – 2:30 pm. Click here to learn more and register!
We are pleased to offer a variety of tickets and table packages to our signature event.
Bruce and Robyn Rominger
Special thank you to Yolo Land & Cattle Co. for hosting.
Steve and Debbie Arnold
Bert and Carol Braun
Bruce and Elizabeth Hart
Steve and Barbara Hearst
Al and Christie Jahns
Clayton and Natalie Koopmann
Ken and Julie LaGrande
Eric and Megan Lindberg
Duane Martin, Jr.
Bobbin and Patrick Mulvaney
Mark and Abbie Nelson
Danice and Will Noble
Lee and Melodee Nobmann
Dan and Barbara O’Connell
Liz and Steve Peterson
Carissa and Vic Rivers
Rick and Carolyn Roberti
Robert J. Slobe
Adrianna Pope Sullivan and Bobby Sullivan
Darrel and Karen Sweet
Bob and Kendra Tasker
Stanley and Nicole <br> Van Vleck
Darrell and Callie Wood
Below is a list of recommended hotels in the area. Please note that rooms are available on a first come, first serve basis. Bookings must be made by April 23 for Hotel Winters and Fairfield Inn and Suites and May 1 for Hyatt House Davis to qualify for the negotiated rates. Shuttle service to Saturday’s main event will be available to and from the following recommended hotels.
*No online booking link available, please call the hotel to book.
Our friends at Visit Yolo are also offering special discounts on additional lodging options on their website. Please note that shuttle service for A Western Affair is only available with the recommended hotels listed above.
Shuttle service is provided to and from A Western Affair on Saturday only from the list of recommended hotels (see above section for hotel information). Complete shuttle schedule is listed below:
Shuttles making return trips will depart from Yolo Land and Cattle Co. at 8:30 pm and 10:00 pm.
Yolo County is like a “breath of fresh air”. As you plan your trip for A Western Affair 2023, be sure to check out this Bucket List of fun things to do in the area, developed by our friends at Visit Yolo. From unique tours to vineyards with unforgettable views to “You Only Live Once” moments, Yolo County has something for everyone.
And speaking of fun things to do while you’re in town, Great Bear Vineyards is offering an exclusive vineyard walk, wine tasting and lunch for friends of the California Rangeland Trust on Saturday, May 20th at 12:30 pm. Click here to learn more and register!
Corporate sponsorship opportunities and sponsorship packages are available. Contact Shannon Foucault at (916) 444-2096 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
COOK CPA GROUP
WELLS FARGO ADVISORS