Our Sponsors

The FSCA Conference couldn’t have happened without the support of so many. The sponsors listed below have contributed money, talents, work, and/or matériel, for which we are deeply grateful. It often takes a village to create a conference such as this one. We come together, across a broad spectrum, bringing many different areas of interest, yet sharing one concern: we need this place called Earth, our home, to be healthy. This Big Sky county, where we live, is so beautiful and yet every day, we notice that there are subtle changes happening all around us. Our sponsors understand the challenge to act now. There are many other volunteers and contributors whose passion and commitment facilitated the event. If you have the opportunity, please share your appreciation with them.
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Supporting Partners

Citizens Climate Lobby

Citizen Climate Lobby

Citizens’ Climate Lobby is a nonprofit, nonpartisan, grassroots advocacy organization empowering people to experience breakthroughs exercising their personal and political power. Our chapter is just one of hundreds of chapters across the world working to create the political will for a livable world.

Montana Wilderness Association

Montana Wilderness Association

For more than 50 years, Montana Wilderness Association has been working with communities across the state to protect Montana’s wilderness heritage, quiet beauty, and outdoor traditions. It’s a mission that began in 1958 when our founders, Ken and Florence Baldwin, sent a letter to 100 friends, inviting them to join a citizen-led effort to protect the Madison and Gallatin Ranges. Since that time, our commitment to grassroots conservation has proved instrumental in the passage of the 1964 Wilderness Act and in the designation of all 15 wilderness areas in Montana. We currently have more than 5,500 members.

Northern Plains Resource Council

Northern Plains Resource Council

Northern Plains is a grassroots conservation and family agriculture group that organizes Montana citizens to protect our water quality, family farms and ranches, and unique quality of life. Their mission is to protect Montana's greatest assets: the quality of our natural resources, the character and viability of family-based agriculture, and the ability of citizens to shape the public policies that affect our land, our water, and our lives so that we may pass them on, unimpaired, to future generations.

Womens Ecumenical Bible Study (WEBS)

Womens Ecumenical Bible Study (WEBS)

The mission of WEBS is to offer women a safe, engaging learning environment to nurture our faith through bible study and relationship with others. WEBS seeks to build connection by sharing our stories as we explore God’s story.

Arthur Vining Davis Foundations

Arthur Vining Davis Foundations

The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations were organized in 1952 under a living trust established by Mr. Arthur Vining Davis. The Foundations bear witness to Mr. Davis’ successful corporate leadership acumen and his visionary, entrepreneurial spirit in philanthropy. Mr. Davis envisioned his namesake foundation as a highly respectable organization with national reach and impact that would strengthen America in perpetuity through philanthropy to “religious, charitable, scientific, literary and educational purposes within the United States and its territories.”

Center for Large Landscapes

Center for Large Landscape Conservation

Large landscape conservation involves great geographical scales and touches many lives. It requires a collaborative effort — not something one organization can fully shoulder alone. The Center for Large Landscape Conservation (CLLC) is the “hub” for landscape conservation, connecting people, organizations, and resources to foster powerful solutions that respect diverse stakeholders. CLLC fosters deeper collaboration, supportive science, and strong policy.

Yellowstone Bend Citizens Council, Livingston, Montana

Yellowstone Bend Citizens Council

We support fellow citizens to make the transition from fossil fuels to clean, renewable energy, and to mitigate the effects of oil and coal transport through Livingston. Join us to protect Livingston’s unique heritage, and to create a sustainable and resilient future for all. Yellowstone Bend Citizens Council members recognize that healthy communities depend on healthy ecosystems. We believe our unique quality of life and rich natural heritage can be preserved by promoting reliance on renewable energy and minimizing adverse effects from further development of fossil fuels. We hold ourselves and our government accountable to leave vibrant and healthy natural surroundings to the generations that will follow.

Fifth Street Design, Bozeman, Montana

Fifth Street Design

With over 30 years’ experience providing award-winning, effective branding, design, and marketing communications, Fifth Street Design (FSD) provides the highest caliber of strategic marketing & design support to businesses and nonprofits. Experience with clients that range from well-known Fortune 100 firms to discriminating individual professionals, biopharma to national/local nonprofits, proves that we can scale solutions to fit specific needs. Locally, FSD includes such nonprofits as FSCA Conference, Community Mediation Center, Rocky Mountain Hemophilia &BDA, and Adopt A Sox among the work we’ve accomplished supporting our community.