Justin Addison Memorial Conservation Cup 2017

The JAMCC event was a huge success, especially considering that we had to reschedule the event from its normal late-spring time to the November 5th date.

We loved seeing so many new faces, as well as some very familiar ones, at the event this year. Everyone had a wonderful time! The Silent and Live Auctions included such a wide variety of items and the food and music were spectacular. The Land Trust for Louisiana would like to give a very special thank-you to David Fennelly for hosting the event at his Summergrove Farm in Folsom and to the Polo players that kept everyone entertained. We would also like to thank the numerous volunteers; we could not have done it without you!

We hope to see you all again at the next JAMCC event!

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