Welcome To The Auction!


Deerfield Ranch Winery is home to the Kenwood Marsh Checkerbloom, an endangered plant that resides in the Kenwood Wetlands located on the winery property. The Kenwood Marsh is a productive wetland with a thriving diversity of native species and wildlife.  Every year, the Deerfield Ranch Winery hosts fundraising events to help fund the Kenwood Marsh Checkerbloom Society's restoration efforts. We are hosting an online auction for our supporters who are unable to attend these events. If an auction item does not receive the minimum starting bid, it will be auctioned at the Checkerbloom Fundraiser.

About Kenwood Marsh Checkerbloom Society: Kenwood Marsh Checkerbloom Society, a non-profit organization, was established to preserve and maintain the Kenwood Wetlands, home of the Kenwood Marsh Checkerbloom and protect the endangered species. Deerfield Ranch Winery granted a 14-acre permanent easement to the County of Sonoma to ensure protection of this rare habitat. Only a handful of wetlands in this country back up to a forest. Deerfield Ranch Winery fenced their vineyards separately to provide the wildlife a safe corridor from the pond to the forest.


Winning Bidder Payment Information

Please note that after online bidding closes the items in this auction that do not receive any bids will then continue to be auctioned at the Checkerbloom Masquerade Ball . 

Payment Types Accepted:

  • Cash (In person only please)
  • Check (Please make payable to "Kenwood Marsh Checkerbloom Society")
  • Credit Cards
  • Payment via PayPal (a PayPal account is not required. Major credit cards are accepted)

Payments can be made at:

Kenwood Marsh Checkerbloom Society, 1310 Warm Springs Rd. Glen Ellen, CA 95442

Winning Bidder Item Pickup/Delivery:

Winning Bidders can pick their items up at 1310 Warm Springs Rd. Glen Ellen, CA 95442 or the items can be shipped.

Note: Shipping may require an additional fee. Contact the Auction's Administrator for details prior to placing any bids or making payment.



General Auction Information

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  • When the auction closes, all bidders will receive an e-mail regarding the status of the items they have bid on.
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Information On The Bidding Process Frequently Asked Questions

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