300 guests joined The Nature Conservancy in Idaho to celebrate 35 years of conservation at Silver Creek Preserve.
The event was held at the Heart Rock Ranch south of Bellevue, formerly known as the Diamond Dragon and Spring Creek Ranches.
Guests from around the country mingled with staff and trustees from The Nature Conservancy in Idaho and beyond.
A silent auction offered conservation based trips, as well as art and local commodities.
Guests ate and drank while connecting with new and old friends.
The party extended outside to take advantage of the beautiful June weather.
Guests gathered to listen to remarks on the past, present and future of Silver Creek Preserve.
Remarks were made by conservationist and author Spencer Beebe, Idaho state director Laura Hubbard, and Conservancy lead scientist M. Sanjayan (pictured above).
The party continued into the evening with the musical styling of Boise's High Street Band.