Sponsor the 2019 Cal-IPC Symposium!
Sponsoring the Cal-IPC Symposium offers a unique opportunity to present your organization’s work to California’s natural resource management community. Sponsors are acknowledged in numerous ways before, during, and after the event, and our program includes a dedicated exhibit and poster session where sponsors engage directly with our attendees, as well as ample breaks to support networking. We look forward to seeing you in Riverside.
CNPS Chapters are essential local partners in conducting early detection and strategic invasive plant management on-the-ground. We offer a special rate for CNPS Chapters. Register a sponsorship via our online CNPS Chapter Symposium Sponsorship form or download the special CNPS Sponsor Packet to send by email or mail.
We couldn’t do this work without our incredible sponsors! Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for questions about sponsorship opportunities.
2018 Symposium Sponsors
Thank you to our 2018 sponsors!
Chapters: Dorothy King Young, East Bay, El Dorado,
Los Angeles/Santa Monica Mountains, Marin, Monterey Bay, Mt. Lassen, Napa, Orange County, Riverside-San Bernadino, Sacramento Valley, San Diego, San Gabriel Mountains, Santa Clara Valley, Santa Cruz, South Coast, Yerba Buena
Bureau of Land Management
California Conservation Corps
California Wildlife Conservation Board
Ecological Concerns, Inc.
Santa Ana Watershed Association
National Park Service, CA Exotic Plant Management
USDA Agricultural Research Service, Exotic & Invasive Weeds Research Unit
American Conservation Experience
Blankinship & Associates, Inc.
Burleson Consulting Inc.
CA Assoc. of Local Conservation Corps
CA Assoc. of Resource Conservation Dist
California Dept of Food and Agriculture
California Native Grasslands Association
CA Wildlife Foundation/California Oaks
Channel Islands Restoration
Elkhorn Slough Foundation
Forester’s Co-op/FCO Foresters
Garcia and Associates
Go Native, Inc.
Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy
Irvine Ranch Conservancy
Marin Municipal Water District
RECON Environmental, Inc.
RCD Monterey County
S&S Seeds, Inc.
Santa Barbara Botanic Garden
Santa Lucia Conservancy
Student Conservation Association
Sustainable Conservation – PlantRight
The Watershed Nursery
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