Treasured Places: An adventurous appreciation for members, volunteers, landowners, partners...and YOU!
We hope you'll join us for this year's Treasured Places celebration!
This is our annual event that moves around the state to give us the opportunity to showcase some of the amazing landowners and partners who tirelessly and generously labor to conserve really great land, and the volunteers who help make sure it stays that way.
We have a wonderful day planned:
12:00 Lunch and mingle time
1:30 Your choice of optional activities
Option 1: "Nature for the Nation," a walking play about Ralph Waldo Emerson and Henry David Thoreau
Option 2: A visit to the Richard Bresnahan studio and tour of the kiln. Richard is in the process of conserving his land with the Minnesota Land Trust, and is a St. John's Artist in Residence who creates pottery using materials sustainably harvested from the St. John's Arboretum
Option 3: A guided walk along Lake Sagatagan on the Chapel Trail, through the oldest stand of planted trees in Minnesota
Option 4: Guided viewing of the St. John's Illuminated Bible pages
To reserve your spot, please click here. We greatly appreciate purchasing your lunch ticket ahead of time; the play requires a ticket. The other optional afternoon activities are free.
Hope to see you there!