Since 2011, Northwest Land Camp has been the preeminent networking and training event for Northwest land trust leaders and partners. Land Camp is offered biennially by the Coalition of Oregon Land Trusts, Washington Association of Land Trusts and the national Land Trust Alliance.
The three-day Camp is not your ordinary conference. Set at the scenic Menucha Retreat and Conference Center on the majestic Columbia River Gorge, Land Camp focuses on relationship building, peer learning, and dynamic and interactive workshops to further the work of Northwest land trusts.
Multiple structured learning formats include featured speakers, workshops, panel presentations and facilitated discussions. Approximately 175 attendees attend from Oregon, Washington, and Idaho. Conference participants have various levels of experience, from land trust executive directors, to new stewardship staff, to board members, to community partners.
BECOME A SPONSOR
Sponsoring Land Camp is an unparalleled opportunity for your business to gain exposure and connect with the top leaders and practitioners in the conservation community. An investment in Land Camp is an investment in the future of conservation, which will pay dividends for our lands and waters for generations.
Your support as a sponsor makes Land Camp possible. Sponsorships help us provide cutting edge training, keep tuition low and provide scholarships to help smaller land trusts attend. We invite you to be a part of this highly anticipated event.
- Visibility and recognition through marketing communications leading up to Land Camp (audience of 1,000) and during the event (175 conservation leaders)
- Exclusive opportunities to network with conservation leaders
- Complimentary exhibit space, registration(s), and ticket(s) to special events
Make a lasting difference for conservation in the Pacific Northwest and connect with people who share your passion for our outdoors. Contact us to learn more about Land Camp sponsorship.
You can complete sponsorship payment by check, ask us for an invoice, or give online.
Learn more at NWLandCamp.org