Thank you to our 2022 Sponsors for making Regenerate possible!
Sponsoring the Regenerate Conference means you’re supporting the work of three dedicated organizations, dozens of dedicated beginning land stewards, diverse speakers from across the country, and a community committed to good food, agriculture, and land stewardship that support both people and planet. To become a sponsor, or to get more information on sponsorship levels, email [email protected] or call Sam Hinkle at 719-440-1303, or by clicking the donate button below.
Why Sponsor Regenerate?
Rural and agricultural communities will continue to face incredibly complex challenges in the coming decades. These include drought, the rapid aging of the average American producer, healthy soil depletion, climate change, and inequitable access to economic resources. Luckily, these communities do not need to work in isolation. Regenerate is the premier gathering for thought leaders, policy makers, and on-the-ground implementers of regenerative agriculture focused on collaboratively and efficiently addressing these challenges. Your sponsorship supports and connects you to a community of practice that collectively influences an average of 2.7 million acres – roughly the size of Colorado’s San Luis Valley and Pueblo County combined. Our discussions and plenaries aim to identify and share tools, successes, and solutions for rural communities and land managers. This being our first ever conference in Denver, we expect an audience of 500 to attend, as well as an additional 200 who will join us for field days or online workshops affiliated with the conference; we hope you will consider being a part of it!
Donations Support Scholarships
We recognize the critical need to support the next generation of regenerative agricultural producers and land stewards. The conference partners support young people committed to life at the nexus of tradition and innovation, food and land, economy and community. In addition to direct conference costs, we annually raise funds for two scholarship programs, the HERD Fellowship and the Beginning Farmer/Rancher Scholarship, to ensure that a healthy percentage of conference participants will include individuals who are early in their agricultural careers and/or come from historically underrepresented otherwise marginalized communities and identities in agriculture. We will specifically encourage the application of BIPOC and LGBTQ+ producers and college students. Qualified applicants from any background with a strong application will also be considered. We will also offer registration discounts to lower costs for those who don’t fully qualify for scholarship support.