Sponsors & Exhibitors

As a conference sponsor or exhibitor, you will support CNPS and the Conservation Conference while benefiting from exposure to a wide range of conservationists and native plant enthusiasts at the largest plant conservation conference in California.

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Attendee Demographics

The Conservation Conference draws over 1,000 attendees from California and beyond:

  • Professional and amateur botanists
  • Biologists
  • Ecologists
  • Conservationists
  • Landscaping professionals
  • Nursery managers
  • Land use planners and land managers
  • Students and academics
  • Agency staff
  • Restoration professionals
  • Policymakers
  • Environmentalists
  • Researchers
  • Backyard gardeners
  • CNPS members
  • Native plant lovers of all kinds!

Previous Conservation Conference Sponsors

Please join us in thanking our 2015 Conservation Conference sponsors for making the big event possible!

Giant Sequoia Sponsor: Esri

Valley Oak Sponsors: Bureau of Land Management, California Wildlife Foundation/California Oaks

Manzanita Sponsors: California American Water, California Department of Fish & Wildlife, Center for Natural Lands Management, CNPS Sacramento Valley Chapter, David Magney Environmental Consulting, Dudek, Santa Clara County Parks, The Nature Conservancy, US Fish & Wildlife Service

White Sage Sponsors: California Invasive Plant Council, California Resources Elk Hills, LLC, Department of Water Resources, East Bay Regional Park District, Environmental Science Associates (ESA), Marin Municipal Water District, McCormick Biological, Inc., Midpeninsula Regional Open Space District, Nomad Ecology, LLC, Rain Bird Corporation, San Francisco Public Utilities Commission, US Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Region

California Poppy Sponsors: AECOM, Aerial Information Systems, Inc., Althouse and Meade, Inc., Aspen Environmental Group, Area West Environmental, Inc., Bay Area Water Supply and Conservation Agency, California Association of Local Conservation Corps, California Botanical Society, California State Parks – OHMVR Division, California State Parks Foundation, Cheesemans’ Ecology Safaris, City of San Jose, E2 Consulting Engineers, Floral Native Nursery and Restoration, Garcia and Associates, Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy, Green Diamond Resource Company, H.T. Harvey & Associates, Linda & David Chipping, M.H. Wolfe and Associates Environmental Consulting, Inc., Northern California Botanists, PMC, Rainscape Environmental Management, Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden, Ray Collett Trust, RECON Environmental, Inc., San Diego Botanic Garden, Santa Barbara Botanic Garden, Santa Clara Valley Water District, Sierra Pacific Industries, SoCal Biology, Southern California Botanists, Steve & Leslie Hartman, Steve Schoenig, Stillwater Sciences, Tejon Ranch Conservancy, TRA Environmental Sciences, Tree of Life Nursery, UC Botanical Garden at Berkeley, University and Jepson Herbaria, Vollmar Natural Lands Consulting, Inc., Westervelt Ecological Services, Carol Witham, Zander Associates

Student Funding: CNPS Bristlecone Chapter, CNPS East Bay Chapter, CNPS El Dorado Chapter, CNPS LA/Santa Monica Chapter, CNPS Marin Chapter, CNPS Monterey Chapter, CNPS Mount Lassen Chapter, CNPS North Coast Chapter, CNPS Orange County Chapter, CNPS Sacramento Valley Chapter, CNPS San Diego Chapter, CNPS San Luis Obispo Chapter, CNPS Santa Clara Valley Chapter, CNPS South Coast Chapter, CNPS Willis Jepson Chapter, CNPS Yerba Buena Chapter, David Margolies, Jean Soost

Check out programs from previous Conservation Conferences to see what other agencies and organizations have been sponsors and/or exhibitors in the past.