• LMR philanthropy

Long Meadow Ranch is committed to sustaining and improving our land’s beauty and resources, embracing educational opportunities, conserving American heritage breeds, heirloom fruits and vegetables, and making enduring contributions to support our local community.

SERVE AND SUSTAIN

  • Corkage for Community

    This unique program was created by Farmstead at Long Meadow Ranch to support local, community-based nonprofit organizations monthly. We collect a $5 corkage fee from guests at the restaurant who bring their own bottle of wine and then donate the fees to a different beneficiary each month. In the six years since we launched Corkage for Community (and our restaurant first opened its doors), we have donated over $165,000 to local, community-based nonprofit organizations. If your organization would like to be considered as a recipient, kindly fill out this form.

    General Donation Requests (not including Corkage for Community)

    Timothy Hall Foundation

    Founded in memory of Timothy Hall, the Timothy W. Hall Foundation (a 501(c)3) was created to honor his love of agriculture and music. Since 1997, the foundation has been dedicated to supporting innovative, cost effective K-12 school programs in arts and sciences, including school gardens, animal husbandry projects, and music curriculum.

    The LMR All Star Big Band performs a benefit concert for the foundation annually. This year marked the third annual concert and was held at Farmstead at Long Meadow Ranch on Saturday, October 1, 2016.

    Contributions can be made by check payable to:
    Timothy W. Hall Foundation
    P.O. Box 277
    Rutherford, CA 94573

    Land Trust

    The Halls are deeply committed to preserving agriculture and protecting the soil, water, productivity and vitality of Long Meadow Ranch. Through multiple land trust easements in both Napa and Marin Counties, we have turned over 800 acres into protected agricultural land forever. Not only does this mean preserving Napa Valley from becoming overdeveloped, but it also helps maintain water quality, mitigate erosion and restore riparian vegetation in Marin.