2018 Sponsorship Invitation - Be a part of something special!

34th Annual Connecticut Land Conservation Conference
March 17, 2018
Wesleyan University, Middletown, CT


We invite you to be a part of something special!

Position your business or organization before a sophisticated and engaged audience of conservation volunteers and professionals, while helping the Connecticut Land Conservation council (CLCC) to keep the Connecticut Land Conservation Conference accessible and affordable for all that wish to attend! We offer a range of sponsorship categories, including new advertising opportunities for Conservation Service Providers.

Sponsorships are critical to our ability to keep the annual conference both affordable and tenable for land trust volunteers, staff and board members, community members and other conservationpartners. Sponsors will receive various benefits and recognition to acknowledge their leadership and support of the Connecticut Land Conservation Conference.

Benefits Include*:

  • Complimentary Conference registrations
  • Logo displayed in Conference brochure (if pledge received by December 31, 2017)
  • Hyperlinked organization or agency name & logo on website and in all PR materials
  • Poster display
  • Complimentary display table at Conference exhibition

Read the full list of sponsorship opportunities available HERE. Find more information about our 2018 Annual Conference HERE.


We are once again compiling a Conservation Service Provider Directory as part of our Conference Sponsorship Program.  More information is in the Benefits handout below. You can view the 2017 Directory HERE


Please review and select from one of the attached descriptions of the various sponsorship levels possible and return the RESPONSE FORM by regular mail or e-mail to:

Connecticut Land Conservation Council
27 Washington Street

Middletown, CT 06457

* Sponsorship benefits received will vary according to the sponsorship level chosen.

For information on our Conference Sponsorship program contact Executive Director Amy B. Paterson at abpaterson@ctconservation.org.