July Shout Outs
Expressing our Gratitude! (Photo by Jason Paulsen)

July Shout Outs

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We all enjoyed learning more about making great yarn from Katie Haven at McFarland Creek Lamb Ranch (Photo by Alyssa Jumars)

Thanks to Bill Tackman and Katie Haven of McFarland Creek Lamb Ranch for hosting our first-ever First Tuesday on the Farm. In June they graciously kicked off our summer farm series with style. Bill and Katie welcomed nearly three-dozen visitors, and offered an inspiring look at their Lower Valley barn, pastures, and fiber studio!

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Volunteers helped begin our restoration work at our new conserved property in Mazama (Photo by Daniel Senner)

Thanks to a dedicated group of volunteers who spent an early evening in May picking up debris, weeding, and moving downed wood from our newly conserved property in Mazama. We are working on our plans for the property with a goal of offering public access sometime in 2020. To keep up to date on our volunteer opportunities (and those of all the great nonprofits in the Methow Valley) be sure to check out the Volunteer Methow website.

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Building Community through conservation work at Homestream Park (Photo by Jason Paulsen)

Thanks to Rufus Woods of the Wenatchee World for taking the time to learn more about conservation and community building efforts here in the Methow Valley -- and then turning that conversation into this inspiring piece published last week in the Wenatchee World. We can only do our work with the trust and support of all of our Enews readers, so thanks for inspiring us!

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Love this Valley (Photo by Jason Paulsen)

We are always excited to welcome new supporters to Team Methow Conservancy. In May and June we welcomed: Martha & Carl Grosenick, Miranda Raiche & Richard Beukema, Anna Davis & Kevin Scudder, Craig Heatherington, Chelsea Berman, Cheryl and Rich Sadler. Thank you for loving this Valley!

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Thanks to Nicole and Ryan Scherler of East Slope Studio for the beautiful layout and design of our new Methow Conservancy website. Be sure to take a look and let us know what you think!

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