DONORS

WHY DONATE?

Our goal is to partner with companies, non-profit organizations, educational institutions, local governments, and others in reviving the pleasures and benefits of grains grown, processed and consumed in a sustainable manner west of the Cascades Mountains. The Cascadia Grains Conference is presented by Washington State University, a 501(c)3 organization, making the generous contributions of sponsors tax deductible. There are many advantages to being a Cascadia Grains Conference Donor. To see a more complete list, check out our Donor Overview. Here are just a few of the reasons to become a supporter today:

Salish Sea Trading Cooperative Resource Table
Salish Sea Trading Cooperative Resource Table
  • Visibility. Excellent exposure to regional, national, and international (U.S. and Canada) grain industry leaders (Emails, flyers, and posters directly reach 10,000+, additionally reaching 50,000+ through sponsoring organizations, businesses, and blogs. This one-day conference will draw 300 attendees from Washington, Oregon, British Columbia, and beyond.)

    Bob's Red Mill Resource Table
    Bob’s Red Mill Resource Table
  • Networking. Opportunity to promote the development of innovative products and services, and foster new collaborations and partnerships
  • Leadership. Having a voice in the development of critical public assets and a supportive environment for your business or organization
  • Exposure. An opportunity to introduce and market your products and services

WHAT ARE THE DONOR BENEFITS:

For full donor details, please download our 2018 CGC Donor Packet now.

  • Six Levels of Financial or In-Kind Donorship: Presenting Donor, Contributor, Benefactor, Sustainer, Patron, and Friend
  • Exhibitor Booth: Get the word out about your public or non-profit organization throughout the conference.

  • Tasting Tour: Be one of the dozen local breweries and distilleries to showcase your product at the conference.

HOW DO YOU BECOME A DONOR:

If you are interested in becoming a donor of the Cascadia Grains Conference, please fill out the form below or contact Laura Lewis, County Director, Small Farms & Economic Development Faculty, WSU Jefferson County Extension, 360-379-5610 ext. 202, laura.lewis@wsu.edu.

The 2018 Cascadia Grains Conference is proudly supported by Old Stove Brewing, Fremont Brewing Company, Bob’s Red Mill, and WSU Food Systems and the generosity of many individuals, businesses, and organizations (See Our Donors).  Our goal is to partner with others in reviving the pleasures and benefits of grains grown, processed and consumed in a sustainable manner west of the Cascades Mountains.

Revitalizing a Grain Economy in the Cascadia Region

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