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Cocoa & Cranes – Nov. 20th

By November 11, 2010News

Migrating Sandhill Cranes in the Remaining Winter Corn

Join us for cocoa (as well as tea or coffee) and Sandhill Crane watching on the back of the RGCF tractor. Tractor rides will last about an hour, providing plenty of time to enjoy the cranes, ask questions and sip a toasty beverage. We’ll also have some sweet treats for sale. The funds generated will go towards our Share the Harvest program.

PLEASE NOTE: Each time slot (3:30pm or 4:30pm) is limited to 20 people, so your RSVP will be required. Please email Lindsay Wood ( to RSVP, and provide the following information in your email:
– Name
– Email
– Phone Number
– Number of people in your party
– Preferred time slot

You will receive a reply to let you confirm your spot. If your preferred time slot, or both time slots, are full, we will ask if you would like to be placed on a wait list.

Cranes and cocoa, without the tractor ride?
Absolutely! If you would like to join us for a hot beverage while you stroll around the farm to watch the Sandhill Cranes and enjoy the sunset, we will have cocoa, tea and coffee for sale ($1 a cup). Bring the kids and a camera!

Date: November 20th
3:30pm & 4:30pm
: $5, adults (12+ up) / $2 children (4-11) / Tots under 4 are free
Location: 1701 Montano Road NW ““ Get Directions
Public access at Los Poblanos Fields Open Space is from Montano Road, 1.1 miles west of Fourth Street. Turn north on Tierra Viva, and park in the gravel lot to your left.

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