The Conejo Cotton Tails
Why Cottontails Rabbits?
In the 1800s, a Spanish governor granted 48,000 acres of land to two loyal soldiers – one who named is property Rancho El Conejo – thus becoming the basis of the Conejo Valley. Conejo means “rabbit” in Spanish, of which there are likely some tens of thousands living today throughout our valley.
Draw attention to your location.Support the Arts for schools, youth and senior programs.Be cutting edge! Join with other community leaders staff member from CowPainters.com and the cottontail rabbit sculpture, built to scale.
Proudly Sponsored by Art Trek
This community project is a joint venture of Art Trek, Inc. and the Arts Council of the Conejo Valley. Both 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations that are at the forefront of bringing these whimsical sculptures in our extended community.