The 2012 Northeast Florida Community Garden Conference is November 3 at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Jacksonville

News Date: 
October 15, 2012

Join us at the 2012 Northeast Florida Community Gardens Conference sponsored jointly by Nourishment Network North Florida and Friends of Northeast Florida Community Gardens on Saturday, Nov. 3.

More than 90 community gardens, gardeners and urban agriculture farmers and managers, local nonprofits that grow their own gardens and/or promote personal and neighborhood gardening, will be present at the event. Become part of the networking buzz that this industry conference will create, as participants swap notes and ideas that they pick up in workshops and presentations they attend.

Included in the program will be session on grants, garden relationships with local farmers markets, school gardens and other important issues. The Jacksonville Community Council, Inc. will be featured as the keynote presenter.

The conference will take place at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Jacksonville and last from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Sponsorship opportunities are available for this year's conference:

Community Leaders - $500 sponsorship entitles business to:• Prominent Logo ID on all promotional advertisements and event program• Full-page, 4-color ad in event program • PowerPoint sponsor recognition at the event • Logo ID on all collateral materials produced to promote the event (flyers, invitations, mailings)

Community Builders - $200 sponsorship entitles business to: • Logo ID on all promotional advertisements and event program • ½-page, 4-color ad in event program • PowerPoint sponsor recognition at the event • Logo ID on all collateral materials produced to promote the event (flyers, invitations, mailings)

Community Partners - $100 sponsorship entitles business to:• Logo ID on all promotional advertisements and event program • ¼-page, 4-color ad in event program • PowerPoint sponsor recognition at the event

Please contact Katie Salz, ksalz@WeNourishHope.org, 904.239.6584, for any questions regarding this opportunity to improve food access in our community.

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