Sponsorship Opportunities

Get your name in front of 1,000 conference attendees, and 10,000+ more individuals and organizations who receive communications about the Conservation Conference! This is a great opportunity to get exposure to this large and unique community with strong purchasing power.

Full Sponsor & Exhibitor Prospectus

Complete the Sponsor & Exhibitor Reservation Form to start your sponsorship today!

Sponsor Early and Maximize your Advertising Potential!

Reserve your sponsorship before July 25, 2017, and your name will be sent out in the Preliminary Program, registration e-mails, and other conference publicity seen by tens of thousands of individuals and organizations.

Exhibit Space Discounts for Sponsors

Sponsoring organizations who also participate in the exhibit hall get extra exposure at the conference, and exhibit hall space is discounted or included with certain sponsorship levels. Read on for details on sponsorship levels and benefits, or learn more about exhibiting at the conference.

Sponsorship Levels & Benefits

Giant Sequoia
$20,000
Valley Oak
$10,000
Manzanita
$5,000
White Sage
$2,500
California Poppy
$1,000
Organization name listed as a sponsor on the conference program x x x x x
Acknowledgement in meeting advertisements, Fremontia, and the CNPS Bulletin x x x x x
Name listed as sponsor on the Preliminary Program x x x x x
Organization name listed on CNPS website x x x x x
Listing as a sponsor in promotional e-mails x x x x x
Organization name displayed on signage at the registration area x x x x x
Complimentary conference registrations 10 5 3 2 1
Workshop registrations 6 included 3 included 1 included 50% off on 2 50% off on 1
Exhibit space Included Included 30% off 15% off
Banquet tickets 10 included 5 included 3 included 2 included
Organization logo prominently displayed on signage at all plenary events x x x
Logo displayed on CNPS website x x x
Advertisement in program Full page 1/2 page 1/4 page
Organization name and logo displayed on conference tote bags x x x
Logo displayed prominently on signage at the registration area x x x
Priority use of specially reserved rooms for private meetings, or venues for breakout sessions x x
Link to your website from the CNPS conference website x x
Advertisement in Fremontia Full page 1/2 page
Sponsoring rights to the session of your choice x
Inclusion in press releases to all local media outlets x
Recognition from the plenary stage x

Additional À La Carte Sponsorship Opportunities

We want to help you make the most of a custom sponsorship. If you are interested in these À La Carte Sponsorship Opportunities or any other unique ideas, please contact CNPS to discuss further details and pricing.

  • Lead Conference Sponsor (1)
  • Lightning Talk Session Sponsor (multiple)
  • Coffee Break Sponsor (6)
  • Lanyard Sponsor (1)
  • WiFi Sponsor (1)
  • Parking Sponsor (1)
  • Phone Charging Station Sponsor (1)
  • Opening Reception Sponsor (1)
  • Pre-Banquet Reception Sponsor (1)
  • Friday Evening Banquet Sponsor (1)
  • Session Sponsor (multiple)
  • Workshop Break Sponsor (4)
  • Hotel Room Key Card Sponsor (1)
  • Attendee Swag or Custom Sponsorship (multiple) – Contact CNPS

 Thanks to Past CNPS Conservation Conference Sponsors!

AECOM, AEP, Aerial Information Systems, Inc., AES, Althouse and Meade, Inc., Area West Environmental, Inc., Aspen Environmental Group, B.J. Ledyard, Bay Area Water Supply and Conservation Agency, BIOHERE/Hartman Multimedia, BonTerra Consulting, Brad Jenkins, Bureau of Land Management, California American Water, California Association of Local Conservation Corps, California Botanical Society, California Department of Fish & Wildlife, California Invasive Plant Council, California Lichen Society, California Oak Foundation, California Resources Elk Hills, LLC, California State Parks – OHMVR Division, California State Parks Foundation, California State Water Resources Control Board, California Wildlife Foundation/California Oaks, Carol Witham, Center for Natural Lands Management, CH2MHILL, Chambers Group, Inc., Cheesemans’ Ecology Safaris, City of San Jose, CNPS Chapters (East Bay, North Coast, Sacramento Valley, San Diego, Santa Cruz), Cornflower Farms, David Magney Environmental Consulting, Department of Water Resources, Dudek, E2 Consulting Engineers, East Bay Regional Park District, Ecological Concerns, Inc. (Central Coast Wilds), ECORP Consulting, Inc., EDAW, ENTRIX, Environmental Science Associates, ESRI, Floral Native Nursery and Restoration, Garcia and Associates, Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy, Gordon Leppig and Julie Neander, Green Diamond Resource Company, H.T. Harvey & Associates, Hedgerow Farms, Huntington Library, ICF International, J.P. Smith, Jr., Jepson Herbarium, JiJi Foundation, Linda & David Chipping, Lowepro, LSA Associates, Inc., M.H. Wolfe and Associates Environmental Consulting, Inc., Marin Municipal Water District, McCormick Biological, Inc., Midpeninsula Regional Open Space District, Nomad Ecology, LLC, North State Resources, Northern California Botanists, Occidental of Elk Hills, Inc., Pacific Gas & Electric, Plains Exploration & Production, PMC, PWR Wines, Rain Bird Corporation, Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden, Ray Collett Trust, RECON Environmental, Inc., Rincon Consultants, Inc., River Partners, San Diego Botanic Garden, San Francisco Public Utilities Commission, Santa Barbara Botanic Garden, Santa Clara County Parks, Santa Clara Valley Water District, Save the Redwoods League, Science Applications International Corporation, Sierra Nevada Conservancy, Sierra Pacific Industries, SoCal Biology, Sonoma Land Trust, Southern California Botanists, Stanley Smith Horticultural Trust, State of California, Steve & Leslie Hartman, Steve Schoenig, Stillwater Sciences, Teichert Foundation, Tejon Ranch Conservancy, Tetra Tech, Inc., The Metropolitan Water District of Southern California, The Nature Conservancy, TRA Environmental Sciences, Tree of Life Nursery, UC Botanical Garden at Berkeley, University and Jepson Herbaria, University of California Press, US Fish and Wildlife Service, US Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Region, Vollmar Natural Lands Consulting, LLC, Western Section of The Wildlife Society, Westervelt Ecological Services, Zander Associates