CCLC’s 2021 Turning a New Leaf Conference will be held virtually on December 8-9, from 9 AM – 3 PM, and will be followed by live field events in Maryland, Pennsylvania, and Virginia on December 10.   This year, we are highlighting collaborations that normalize sustainable practices and ensure diversity, equity, inclusion, and justice.

 

We are excited to welcome keynote speaker, landscape architect, Darrel Morrison.  If you’re looking for a great summer read, check out Darrel’s new book

 

Most presentations will be full-audience sessions, with one shorter concurrent session, offering numerous options, each day. Topics include: climate change, growing the workforce, results from nativar trials, equity in landscape design, landscaping impacts on pollinators, permaculture, working with HOAs, beavers and stream restoration, and MORE.  And, for inspiration, we will highlight several 2021 BUBBA-award-winning BMP projects.

The DC-area field trip will be held at Audubon Naturalist Society’s Woodend Sanctuary in Chevy Chase, MD, where we will visit their new stream restoration with regenerative step-pool conveyance, permeable parking lot, and more. In PA, we will visit Stroud Water Resources Center.  The VA field day will be in Portsmouth, at the Paradise Creek Nature Park.

Interested in sponsoring?  We offer sponsorships from $150-$2500.  Click on “Sponsorship Opportunities” below, to learn more.

 

Register today!

TaNL Field Day

$25.00$40.00

Join CCLC on December 10th 2021 for a post conference field day!

 

Field days will all take place in three different locations across the watershed (descriptions below)

 

Field days are limited in size, and will follow any local COVID guidelines and restrictions.  Attendees will receive a CCLC goodie bag! Sign up by November 26th to guarantee t-shirt size!

 

Check out our schedule page to view the agenda, and the presenters! 

Our highest level of conference sponsorship, Gold Leaf sponsors will receive verbal recognition during the conference, designated lunch networking time, full page advertisement in our program, logo and organization feature on our website, a video feature during the conference, and four attendee registrations.

Silver Leaf sponsors will receive verbal recognition during the conference, designated lunch networking time, half page advertisement in our program, logo and organization feature on our website, a video feature during the conference, and three attendee registrations.

Bronze Leaf sponsors will receive verbal recognition during the conference, designated lunch networking time, 1/4 page advertisement in our program, logo and organization feature on our website, a video feature during the conference, and two attendee registrations.

Green Leaf sponsors will receive ,1/8 page advertisement in our program, logo on our website, and one attendee registration.

Our newest sponsorship level- the sapling level was created with our fellow non profits in mind. Sapling sponsors receive one attendee registration and their organization logo and website link on our website.

Field day sponsors have the benefit of interacting with participants face to face at one of our local field day activities. Sponsors receive two field day attendee registrations, their logo and link on our website, and the opportunity to distribute promotional materials to participants at their sponsored field day.

Gold Leaf

Silver Leaf

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Bronze Leaf

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Green Leaf

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