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The Festival organizers  (logos below) have committed to keeping the Festival free of charge for our attendees and economical for our Exhibitors to allow more people, businesses, and organizations to participate. This is made possible because of the generosity of our sponsors, community partners and individual contributors.  We also appreciate the many volunteers who dedicate their time each year so that all of us can join together in April to celebrate the livability of our community and the sacred resources of our north state region, while working to preserve the sustainability of our planet!

Why become a 2019 Festival Sponsor?

  • The Whole Earth and Watershed Festival brings together the North State’s more trusted agencies and organizations, innovative companies, large and small businesses, and conscientious consumers to celebrate Earth Day and promote the best our region has to offer.
  • This Festival offers a unique and exciting marketing opportunity for national corporate partners, local and regional businesses, community agencies, individuals, and media outlets with a green message.
  • Provides an opportunity to share the work/products of your business, non-profit, government agency or educational organization with a large audience (5,000 – 7,000)
  • Demonstrates your commitment to promoting healthy living, building vibrant communities, and restoring a healthy planet

Healthy Living • Healthy Communities • Healthy Planet

Make 2019 the year you (or your organization) join our TEAM of Sponsors!

 

Sponsor Application

 

 

Thank you to all of our 2018 Sponsors and Community Partners!

2018 Presenting Sponsor:

 

2018 Global Sponsors:

                                             

 

 

2018 North American Sponsors:

     

 

 

2018 West Coast Sponsors:

 

 

2018 North State Sponsors:

Dr. Douglas Craig, PsyD    

 

 

2018 Community Partners:

                                          

                          

 

Executive Committee:  Working collaboratively to ensure this annual community event happens each year!

                        

     

 

 

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