Our conferences are usually attended by 70-100 people, and often more. Participants are an interdisciplinary group of biologists, foresters, resource managers, protected area managers, public interest groups, First Nations, and others concerned with improving the ecological management of mountain ecosystems. Although most people will be from southeastern BC, we attract people from all over western Canada.
1. Make a donation of $500 or more toward the general costs of the workshop, and become a “Conference Sponsor”. Receive a verbal “thank you” and be introduced at the conference, and have your name will be highlighted as a sponsor in our agenda, web site, promotional materials, and the workshop summary. You are welcome to bring along a commercial display. Your people attending the conference will need to pay the registration fee in addition to the donation.
2. Sponsor one of the following: coffee break ($500), lunch ($1000), or the “Networking / Poster Session” ($500 includes service for beer and wine). Receive a verbal “thank you” at the workshop and special mention, e.g., before the coffee break you are sponsoring. Your name will appear on our web site, promotional materials, and the workshop summary. You are welcome to bring along a commercial display. Our events do not typically include a "trade fair" so your information will stand out. Your people attending the conference will need to pay the registration fee in addition to the donation.
4. There is no charge for displays and “posters” about projects related to the theme of the workshop, as long as they are of a non-commercial nature. Displays and posters need to be accompanied by a registered workshop participant.
There is no deadline for signing up as an event sponsor.
However the sooner, the better, so we can include your name in promotional materials.
Please call Jackie Morris at the CMI office 250-837-9311 or firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss your sponsorship.
Columbia Mountains Institute of Applied Ecology
Box 2568 Revelstoke, B.C. V0E 2S0
Tel: 250-837-9311 Fax: 250-837-9311