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Wine Walk and Talk at Long Walk Vineyard / Valley View Orchard, Ashland

In honor of Mothers Day, celebrate Mother Earth with a Wine, Walk & Talk!

Register for one of two times available: 11 a.m. or 1 p.m. Maximum per tour: 15 people.

Join us for an intimate tour of the vineyard and orchard on this stunning 50-acre property, and learn about the history and sustainable practices these businesses use that support native plants and pollinators!

Valley View Orchard is one of the few Organic-Tilth certified orchards in southwest Oregon, and organic practices are followed in the Long Walk Vineyard and in the wine-making process.

Closed toe shoes are a must for the tour of the orchard & vineyard, and terrain will be uneven. Food may not be brought into the orchard & vineyard. Children must remain with adults at all times. Non-alcoholic beverages provided.

This event brought to you by Earth Day Oregon and Long Walk Vineyard / Valley View Orchard!

Earth Day Oregon unites nonprofits, businesses, and community members statewide to create a groundswell of support for the local organizations leading us to a sustainable future. Thank you, Kathy and Tim, for supporting PPRV with 100% of ticket sales from these Wine, Walk and Talks!

Fees support Pollinator Project Rogue Valley and the work we do to inspire, engage, and educate about the ecological importance of native pollinator species and the diverse native plant communities essential for their survival — and ours. Thank you for your support!

Date & Time:

May 13, 2023 @ 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm

Cost:

$25.00

Long Walk Vineyard

1800 N. Valley View Road
ASHLAND, OR 97520 United States

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