Sponsor The Stewardship Network Conference!

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Sponsor The Stewardship Network Conference

Every year, over 400 environmental stewards gather in East Lansing, Michigan for the annual Stewardship Network Conference where we explore the science, practice & art of collaborative conservation. This interdisciplinary gathering convenes professional land managers, non-profit leaders, private business representatives, government agency officials, tribal representatives, academics and researchers, private land owners, volunteers, and students from around North America.

The Stewardship Network Conference is an opportunity for participants to attend training sessions, network across a broad spectrum of fields, learn about new advancements, compare best practices and lessons learned, and renew their excitement for environmental work. Sessions include topics such as prescribed fire, climate change mitigation and resilience, invasive species control, community engagement, and essential skill development.

Please contact Beth Adas at beth@stewardshipnetwork.org if you have any questions or are interested in sponsoring this year's conference.

If you would like to mail-in your Conference Sponsorship contribution, you can print and fill out the this form and send it to us at our office:

416 Longshore Drive, Ann Arbor, MI, 48105.

By sponsoring the conference, you can

  • Showcase your services, successes, stories, programs, and products to a targeted audience.
  • Strategically position your firm before key decision makers and primary purchasers.
  • Heighten recognition for your company, agency, or group within the conservation community.
  • Make valuable personal contacts and strengthen existing relationships.
  • Support an event that fosters learning and networking opportunities.

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