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Homestead Modern Presents: Dining for Mojave Desert Land Trust
May 4 @ 4:30 pm – 9:30 pm
Homestead Modern is proud to announce the second event in its series of special dinners being held this spring and fall benefiting the Mojave Desert Land Trust.
The first dinner in the series — which is titled Homestead Modern Presents: Dining for Mojave Desert Land Trust — will be April 27th. It is now SOLD OUT.
The second dinner in the series is set for Saturday, May 4th, with tickets limited again to just 30 participants.
These pop-up, chef-driven, multi-course dinners offer participants an opportunity to visit noteworthy area homes, meet others who are contributing to the expanding diversity and vibrancy of the High Desert and to experience memorable food and wine.
Most importantly, all profits from these events will go to support the vital work of the Mojave Desert Land Trust!
The second event will be held at the Gamma Gulch home of Homestead Modern’s founder, Dave McAdam, starting at 4:30 pm on Saturday, May 4.
Our chef will be Ryan Langsdorf, an alumnus of farm-to-table pioneer Chez Panisse of Berkeley, California and James Beard Award-winning Pok Pok of Portland, Oregon.
Ryan will present five courses highlighting seasonal California produce, along with complimentary natural wines paired with each course. Ryan is able to accommodate most restrictions.
As you likely know, the Mojave Desert Land Trust is an incredibly important entity for all of us who love the High Desert. Their mission is to protect the Mojave Desert ecosystem and its scenic and cultural resource values. Their vision speaks to what all of us want….dark night skies, clear air and water, broad views and vistas, and an abundance of native plants and animals.
MDLT welcomes responsible, non-motorized use of our lands, such as hiking. If you have an interest in holding an organized event on MDLT land which charges participants a fee, which would have a large number of participants, or which requires special accommodations, equipment or supplies, a Special Use Permit may be required. The permit allows us to ensure that our lands are treated respectfully and that we are able to keep them in good condition for the future enjoyment of all.