Sponsorship-Opportunities

SPONSOR THE 2022 CONFERENCE

Help the native plant movement thrive and bridge your brand with a vibrant community of professionals and native plant lovers.

Attendee Profile

Our most recent CNPS Conference attracted over 1,000 attendees and 20 exhibiting organizations. By sponsoring or exhibiting at the 2022 Conference, your organization will reach professionals and thought leaders with considerable purchasing power, while supporting CNPS and its mission. Attendees include scientists, conservationists, professors, students, policymakers, the native plant horticultural industry, landscape professionals, educators and more.


LEVELS & VISIBILITY BENEFITS

Ready to sponsor or exhibit?

You can download a sponsorship submission form below. To submit a sponsorship form or for any
questions, please contact sponsorship@cnps.org.

EXHIBITOR BENEFITS

Exhibitor space is first come, first served, and at our last conference the exhibit hall sold out! Be sure to reserve early to secure your space.

• One complimentary conference registration
• Listing in conference program
• One six-foot skirted table
• Two chairs per table
• Exposure to, and interaction with, 1000+ industry professionals and native plant enthusiasts
• Maximum visibility in exhibit hall, centrally located next to all sessions and meeting rooms

À LA CARTE SPONSORSHIPS

We want to help you make the most of a custom sponsorship. If interested in à la carte sponsorship opportunities or customized sponsorship packages, please contact CNPS to discuss pricing at sponsorship@cnps.org.


CONFERENCE SPONSORS

Please join us in thanking our major sponsors for making this year’s event possible!

Giant Sequoia

esri

Valley Oak

Your logo here!

Become a sponsor today.

Manzanita

Santa Barbara Botanic Garden
ESA
Moulton Niguel Water District
Sacramento Valley Chapter of CNPS

White Sage

H.T. Harvey & Associates Ecological Consultants
East Bay Municipal Utility District

California Poppy

Westervelt Ecological Services
Helix Environmental Planning
Jepson Herbarium