This event combines three things we love: city parks, the North State's world class fisheries and watersheds, and delicious food by Moonstone Bistro. Join us at Redding's newest park facility, The Shasta Trinity Fly Fishers new Clubhouse that serves as a vital center to teach the art of fly tying and fishing, and for stewardship of waterways and wildlife. You will have a chance to learn the about local fly fishing, with a number of activities and resources for you and your kids, for fly anglers of all ability levels. The Clover Creek Preserve is a beautiful location, once slated for a major subdivision, it was protected in 2005 by City of Redding and converted to open space with ponds for water storage as a solution to downstream flooding along Clover Creek. The scenic area offers views of the creek and surrounding mountains, a 4-acre lake and ponds, and a paved 1.5-mile loop trail, and provides a peaceful respite for surrounding neighbors and visitors. Guests will enjoy fly fishing activities and information, a family bike ride if you like, and delicious food, beer and wine while watching the sunset.
Hosted by: Dick Recchia, Kim Niemer, Sara Sundquist and Jeff Worthington, Moonstone Bistro
Tickets $50 per person
Limited to 35 guests
Each ticket includes 1 child
20th ANNIVERSARY - WILDWAYS 2018!
The Wildways series of fundraising events connects people and places, offers education and unique experiences and is a fun way to contribute to the preservation of significant lands in far northern California.
Hosted by volunteers, all proceeds from ticket sales support Shasta Land Trust’s mission to conserve local land.
Our 20th Anniversary 2018 Wildways season has arrived and we could not be more excited for what we have in store! Starting with the 2018 Wildways Kickoff & Barn Dance on March 18th, these events will be featuring a diverse array of new adventures and old favorites. Come enjoy exclusive access on several of our protected properties, as well as expanses of open space, interesting local businesses, beautiful private residences, and other secret spots, all while supporting local land conservation!
Since 2003, volunteers have hosted Shasta Land Trust supporters at over 300 events! The success of the Wildways program has helped us permanently protect 24,000 acres of working agricultural lands, water and wildlife habitat, recreation, and scenic beauty in our community.
The Wildways program would not be possible without our generous landowners, volunteers, hosts, and the many supporters who attend these events. We hope to see you at one or more of these exciting events! (Events listed below)