Reservations Open For Carson Valley’s Eagles & Agriculture Events In February

by Bill Chernock, Carson Valley Chamber of Commerce 

Photo by John T. Humphrey/ www.akawolf.com
Photo by John T. Humphrey/ http://www.akawolf.com

Eagles & Agriculture, the Carson Valley‘s annual gathering of eagles and celebration of agriculture, is now accepting reservations for the 2015 event. The February 19th to 22nd event will be the 13th Eagles & Ag, and is a combined effort of the Carson Valley Chamber of Commerce, UNR Cooperative Extension, The Nature Conservancy, Lahonton Audobon Society and Valley ranchers.

 

The 2015 version sees a few adjustments. For the first time ever, The Ranch & Eagle Tour & Luncheon will be offered on both Saturday and Sunday mornings. The Stodieck Ranch is highlighted in Saturday’s Ins and Outs of Ranching Tour and the Comstock Seed Co Ranch, which has a very different business model, will be visited on a Sunday afternoon tour.

 

Old favorites remain, starting with the Welcome Reception on Thursday, the Falconers’ Dinner on Friday, and the Owl Prowl and Photo Workshop remain as well. Along with the events and tours, Eagles & AG will again feature a photography contest, seeking the best Carson Valley Eagle image and Wildlife/Agriculture image. Winners receive a $125 prize.

 

For details on all of the events, including pricing, as well as to make reservations for the tours, visit carsonvalleynv.org and click on Eagles & Ag from the home page. As always, the Carson Valley Chamber is available at 775-782-8144 to answer any questions Monday through Friday from 8AM to 5PM and reservations must be fully prepaid to be confirmed.

 

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