By sponsoring this summit, you are helping bring to life a new movement in Canada that will solve challenges related to climate change, that will restore biodiversity and profitability to farming, and that will leverage the power of modern agriculture for environmental good.
You will be able to tell your grandchildren that you did something to help when the industry and the planet were facing crisis.
You'll be a key part of the most hopeful and inspiring conversations in agriculture and food happening today.
You will make a difference. Thank you in advance for all inquiries.
NOTE: It is our hope to run the First Canadian Summit on Climate Action in Food Systems as a zero-waste event. We're going to get really creative in ensuring that each and every sponsor receives valuable exposure to the audience, both those in attendance, and those who will follow this inaugural event across Canada and around the world.
SPONSORSHIP REGISTRATION FORM & DETAILS
If you are planning to attend the conference and need accommodation, a block of rooms has been arranged at the Delta Hotels by Marriott Grand Okanagan Resort, 1310 Water Street, Kelowna, BC, V1Y 9P3.
Call the hotel at 1-250-763-4500 or toll free at 1-888-236- 2427 and mention “The First Canadian Summit on Climate Action in Food Systems” to book the preferred rate of $209/night.
For more information, pricing and to reserve your sponsorship, contact:
Brenda Tjaden, Founder + CEO
For hotel rooms:
Please book with the Delta Grand Okanagan
under the special rate for
“The First Canadian Summit on Climate Action in Food Systems”
Opening Reception (Complimentary Wine Tasting/Farm Tour at Summerhill Organic Wine): Sunday 7 - 9 p.m.
Monday / Tuesday workshops
9 a.m - 5 p.m.
Monday: Exhibitor Cocktail Reception 5 - 7 p.m.
Tuesday: Gala Dinner by Celebrity Chef 7 - 10 p.m.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
Anyone interested or involved in food production
Innovators and entrepreneurs
Farmers, golf courses, land owners interested in spraying less chemicals
Soil health advocates + activists
Conscious food consumers