Connect your business with over 600 regional farmers, ranchers, gardeners, homesteaders and foodies by becoming a conference sponsor. There are several sponsorship options, we have not released the 2020 sponsorship packet, but you can reference our 2019 sponsor packet for more details.
Sponsors of the Sustainable Food & Farm Conference boost their brand recognition and help disseminate education about the benefits and latest techniques in sustainable agriculture through internationally recognized, dynamic speakers.
Become a proud sponsor of this movement and help inspire more sustainable-minded farmers, gardeners and foodies! For more details, email Stephanie Stevens or call 530-265-2343.
As a sponsor or exhibitor at the Sustainable Food & Farm Expo, you will have the opportunity to showcase your food and farm-related business or organization on Saturday, February 8th, the busiest day of the conference. Exhibitor tables are set up in the Main Hall, where conference-goers arrive for registration and spend their time between keynote presentations to buy refreshments, eat lunch, and attend the Expo. All keynote presentations are live-streamed in the Main Hall, so as an exhibitor, you don’t miss out on the content of the conference! The Expo is open to attendees from 8 am – 4:30 pm.
“This is one of the best events like this we have attended. The raffle and the stamping of the conference passports was a great way to get people by our booth, and we were thrilled with the video display of the presentations out in the Expo area.” -California Solar Electric Company
“I spent two times as much for another conference held in Sacramento. I had far less traffic at that event. At the Food and Farm Conference, I was able to open some eyes.” – Tehama County Recycle Services
Exhibitor space in the Food & Farm Expo is prioritized for conference sponsors. A limited amount of spaces are available for purchase. For more details contact Stephanie Stevens.
Last year, the conference hosted over 600 lively participants. About 60% of conference attendees are active farmers, with about 40% being aspiring farmers and/or homesteaders.
Geographically, about 90% of conference participants are from Northern California, with about 60% from Nevada County.