Sponsorship

2016 Wildscape Workshop
Sponsorship Levels & Benefits

The Wildscape Workshop is the Native Plant Society of Texas – Houston Chapter’s only annual fundraiser. Last year’s proceeds helped support our monthly meetings and field trips, the Native Landscape Certification Program courses, Wildscapes Workshop, NPSOT symposium, invasive removal at Houston Arboretum & Nature Center, the 2015 Southern Plains & Prairie Conference, Artist Boat, the Kate Hillhouse Scholarship Fund and more.

Sponsorship deadline- September 2, 2016. However, acknowledgement of your sponsorship will be posted as soon as we receive your commitment. Link to Sponsorship Form .

Please contact nphouston1@gmail.com or call Lan at 713-714-6763 to sponsor. 

Redbay Sponsor – $1000 and over

360px-Persea_borbonia-cr      Red Bay - Russ Pitman - 18Jul16 cr don V      Palamedes Swallowtail on Liatris
6 tickets to Wildscapes Workshop
1 year individual membership in Native Plant Society of Texas
Coupon* for 1 class in the Native Landscape Certification Program
Acknowledgement announced at Workshop, on NPSOT-H facebook and Twitter, on NPSOT-H website, in Workshop packet, in NPSOT-H newsletter
Red bay (Persea borbonia) is an evergreen tree and is the larval host to Palamedes Swallowtail butterflies

Red Buckeye Sponsor – $500

Red buckeye 142 032407 Watson Preserve       Rubythroathummer65
3 tickets to Wildscapes Workshop
1 year individual membership in Native Plant Society of Texas
Acknowledgement announced on NPSOT-H facebook and Twitter, on NPSOT-H website, in Workshop packet, in NPSOT-H newsletter.
Red buckeye (Aesculus pavia) is an understory shrub that provides nectar for hummingbirds & bees.

Green Milkweed Sponsor – $250

Green milkweed P singleton    Asclepias viridis monarch - Eagle Ferry Prairie - 31Mar11 (3)   Monarch caterpillar on A. viridis - Aaron prairie Deer Park - 05Sep11
2 tickets to Wildscapes Workshop
Acknowledgement announced on NPSOT-H facebook and Twitter, on NPSOT-H website, in Workshop packet, in NPSOT-H newsletter
Green milkweed (Asclepias viridis) is a prairie wildflower and the larval host to monarch butterflies.

Little Bluestem Sponsor – $100

CF_IMG0602 carolyn fannon       Fiery Skippers Mating--Houston Lakes NABA Butterfly Count, 3.22.08
1 ticket to Wildscapes Workshop
Acknowledgement on NPSOT-H website, in Workshop packet, in NPSOT-H newsletter
Little bluestem (Schizachyrium scoparium) is a perennial prairie grass that is larval host to many skipper butterflies.


In-Kind Donors

We are extremely grateful to our generous in-kind donors whose food and other items help make our Wildscape Workshops so successful! They are acknowledged on NPSOT-H website, in Workshop packet, and in NPSOT-H newsletter

Donors

We are grateful for donations of any size to our workshop. Your donation will be acknowledged on NPSOT-H website, in Workshop packet, and in NPSOT-H newsletter.

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Click here for detailed information on 2016 Wildscapes Workshop

*Registration for limited space in NLCP classes is on a first come first serve basis.


** According to IRS Rules, the deductible portion of donations in excess of $75 for which a donor received goods and services (i.e. ticket to workshop) in return would be reduced by the value of the goods or services provided.

Photo credits: Red Bay tree (James Steakley, licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported license) leaves (Don Verser); Palamedes Swallowtail (Pauline Singleton); Red Buckeye (Carolyn Fannon); Ruby-throated Hummingbird (Wikipedia, originally U.S. Fish and Wildlife, public domain); Green Milkweed (Pauline Singleton); Monarch Butterfly & caterpillar (Don Verser); Little Bluestem (Carolyn Fannon); Fiery Skppers Mating (Wally Ward)