IN A LANDSCAPE: Classical Music in the Wild™
Fundraising Concert and 25th Anniversary Celebration
at Huntsville Monastery
July 29, 2023

4 PM Self-Guided Property Tours and Silent Auction / 6 PM Concert

Mark your calendars! OVLT will celebrate 25 years of preservation, protection, and stewardship with an encore performance by IN A LANDSCAPE. Last year’s performance was hailed by concertgoers as “inspiring,” “spiritual,” and “the most significant and beautiful outdoor concert we have ever enjoyed.” Once again, classical pianist Hunter Noack will play a 9-foot Steinway grand piano on a flatbed trailer at the Monastery, OVLT’s iconic conservation easement project. His music will convey to the audience via wireless headphones so they can listen while they roam the Monastery grounds.

$75 per ticket
This event will be limited to 400 guests.

Ticket sales and silent auction will benefit Ogden Valley Land Trust.
Contact ogdenvalleylandtrust@gmail.com to sponsor this event or to donate to the silent auction.
Visit inalandscape.org to learn more about the concert experience.

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Ogden Valley Open Land Trust Newsletter

February 2021

Check out our latest newsletter!


  • Message from the Chair
  • Saving a Legacy-Hinckley Ranch Easement
  • Board Member Hail and Farewell
  • The Hans Ehrbar Farm Easement
  • In Memoriam – Jody Smith
  • OVLT Says “Thank You”
  • 2020 Donors
  • Contribution form

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Newsletter Vol 9


July 4, 2019

Mountain Arts & Music Festival On July 4, 2019 OVLT had the opportunity to set up one of our community murals at the Mountain Arts & Music Festival at Huntsville Square. It was great sharing information about OVLT will those at the event and we had quite a few folks find their inner-artist.

OVLT would like to extend a formal and sincere thanks to Mountain Arts and Music for the opportunities at their events to showcase our mission.

August, 2019

Fundraising Concert at Kelley Creek Farm. Our summer fundraising concert featured the amazing music of Mister Sister (pictured) and Joyful Strings, accompanied by great supporters and community members.