Mahalo to the generous 25th Annual Hawaiʻi Conservation Conference Sponsors
The Hawaiʻi Conservation Conference (HCC) allows a diverse group of scientists, policymakers, conservation practitioners, educators, students and community members from Hawaiʻi and the Pacific to converge and discuss conservation. It’s a time to connect, share and inspire, all with the common goal of caring for our natural resources.
The theme of this year’s 25th annual conference, Ulu ka lālā i ke kumu – From a Strong Foundation Grows an Abundant Future literally means, “the branch grows from the tree trunk.” The word kumu can mean foundation, trunk, base, source, and teacher. The foundation set and the lessons learned from our past conservation efforts prepare us for further growth and evolution of our work. We remember and honor the foundations, and forge ahead, using new and better tools and techniques that our forebears did not have access to. We recognize that without our ancestors, we would not have the knowledge and resources we have today. We also trust that one day our own work will be the kumu, so we build the science and praxis to buttress the future we desire. At the 25th HCC, we will reach from our rich foundations of biocultural stewardship and innovate scientific exploration towards an abundant future for our environment and our communities.
On behalf of the Hawaiʻi Conservation Alliance and Foundation, we invite your company to showcase your company’s support for conservation efforts in Hawaiʻi through a conference sponsorship. Hawaiʻi’s conservation efforts include support of Hawaiʻi’s native ecosystems, innovative research, conservation excellence, and collaborative programs that preserve and protect our islands ecosystems, species, and cultural resources.
We welcome your contribution and partnership as a sponsor and/or exhibitor.
For complete sponsorship opportunities, benefits, and commitment forms, please see the attached sponsorship packet.