March 7, 2021
12:30 pm - 3:00 pm

Make your way through the fields to our table on Sunday, March 7th, for a culinary adventure in nature. A locally-sourced farm-to-table luncheon is served under the oaks by the winding river in the heart of these magnificent protected lands. The 1,143-acre Triangle Ranch within the Manatee County Myakka River watershed was permanently protected by Conservation Foundation of the Gulf Coast in 2016.  This Feast takes you deeper into this ranchland amidst the wildlife and the iconic Florida Cracker cattle, one of the oldest breeds in the nation.

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Location: 30303 Clay Gully Road, Myakka City, FL 34251

Directions:

Triangle Ranch is a 30-minute drive East from I-75.
Head East on Fruitville Road to its end and turn right onto Myakka Road. Follow the road past Crowley Museum and Nature Center, and past the north entrance to Myakka River State Park. The ranch entrance will be on the left directly off Clay Gully Road and will be well-marked with Feast signs.

NOTE: Google maps gives you the correct path but takes you past 30303 Clay Gully Road to enter via Miarachachee Rd. This is incorrect.

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For questions about your reservations please contact

Lee Ann Rodriguez at leeann@conservationfoundation.com 

SPECIAL THANKS TO OUR SPONSORS 

 

 

 

 

   

 

 

 

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