Monday, July 14, 2014

Sawtooth Society's Sagebrush Soiree


The Sagebrush Soiree is the primary fundraiser for the Sawtooth Society and a tremendously fun evening. The 200+ guests will enjoy a scrumptious dinner, incredible views, enjoyment for all your senses and the chance to bid on both silent and live auction items that run the gamut from unique outdoor experiences, fine wines, dinners, art and travel.



Formed in 1997, the nonprofit and nonpartisan Sawtooth Society is the only organization dedicated exclusively to protecting, preserving and enhancing the Sawtooth National Recreation Area.

THE SAWTOOTH NATIONAL RECREATION AREA (SNRA)
Comprises 756,000 acres of public and private land in Central Idaho and is used by outdoor enthusiasts and visitors annually who enjoy:
  • FISHING in three major rivers and hundreds of lakes and creeks.
  • HIKING on the hundreds of miles of trails viewing over 50 snow capped peaks above 10,000’ and countless lush meadows.
  • MOUNTAIN BIKING on designated trails and gravel roads
  • SKATESKIING / SNOWSHOEING on scenic trails
  • SNOWMOBILING on groomed trails.
  • VIEWING AND PHOTOGRAPHING the vast array of wildlife.
  • RIVER RAFTING on world-class rivers.
  • CAMPING in the many improved and designated camping areas.
  • ENJOYING the many historic reminders of our pioneer heritage.


Saddle up, mosey on over to the Central Region, and get your tickets for the event to support the Sawtooth National Recreation Area and maybe extend your stay and enjoy the many things that the recreational area has to offer.

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