Your organization can be recognized for its commitment to sustainable landscapes. ReScape California offers annual sponsorship opportunities for public agencies, organizations, and businesses that are involved in environmental protection, water and waste management, air and water quality, landscape industry, and the home gardening community. Sponsorship provides even greater visibility, recognition, and benefits than regular membership. We appreciate the support of our sponsors, and will gladly develop a recognition package for your sponsorship that meets your organization’s needs.
StopWaste is a public agency in Alameda County that helps businesses, residents and schools waste less, recycle more and use water, energy and other resources efficiently. The agency created the original ReScape Landscaping and Gardening program and was a founding member of ReScape California.
The Sacramento Stormwater Quality Partnership is a multi-jurisdictional program to: Educate and inform the public about urban runoff pollution; Encourage public participation in community and clean-up events; Work with industries and businesses to encourage pollution prevention; Require construction activities to reduce erosion and pollution; Require developing projects to include pollution controls that will continue to operate after construction is complete.
Since 1995, Devil Mountain Wholesale Nursery has provided its professional customers with access to more plant varieties on hand than any other wholesale nursery in the Bay Area.
Horizon is the only full-service distributor specializing in every major area of products and services that your business needs, all under one roof: landscape, equipment, irrigation and outdoor living.
Since the early 1950s, Lyngso has been providing Bay Area homeowners and contractors with a wonderful variety of landscaping products from sands, pebbles and boulders to ready mix concrete, tools and soil mixes.
Zanker Recycling facilities are national leaders in construction of demolition debris diversion and composting. Through its aggressive recycling efforts, Zanker diverts more than 80 percent of waste they receive from landfilling.
The Russian River Watershed Association (RRWA) is a coalition of eleven cities, counties and special districts in the Russian River watershed that have come together to coordinate regional programs for clean water, habitat restoration, and watershed enhancement. RRWA was formed in 2003 to create opportunities for our member agencies to expand their stewardship role in the watershed.