The Bay-Friendly Landscaping & Gardening Coalition 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. Your sponsorship helps support the development of a regional Bay-Friendly program. Sponsorship provides even greater visibility, recognition, and benefits than regular membership.
Our 2013 Sponsors
Formed in 1993, the Marin County Stormwater Pollution Prevention Program (MCSTPPP) is a joint effort of Marin's cities, towns and unincorporated areas. Their goal is to prevent stormwater pollution, protect and enhance water quality in creeks and wetlands, preserve beneficial uses of local waterways, and comply with State and Federal regulations.
Marin Municipal Water District (MMWD) is a public agency that provides high-quality drinking water to 190,000 people in a 147-square-mile area of southern and central Marin County. The District’s mission is to provide its customers with reliable, high quality water that maintains and protects public health and to ensure the fiscal and environmental vitality of the district for future generations.
The City of Napa provides safe, clean municipal drinking water for more than 85,000 people. The City is committed to implementing appropriate water conservation practices to ensure future water supply reliability for our community.
The Napa County Department of Public Works is dedicated to sustaining health, safety, quality of life and protection of natural resources by providing and maintaining public facilities and services in partnership with the community and other public agencies for current and future residents, workers and visitors of Napa County.
The Napa County Resource Conservation District (RCD) is a local non-regulatory organization whose mission is to promote responsible watershed management through voluntary community stewardship and technical assistance. Since 1945, the RCD has facilitated natural resource conservation through community involvement, education, technical expertise and scientific research.
The City of San Jose has established a national reputation for environmental leadership and innovation through the programs and services of its Environmental Services Department – ensuring healthy streams, rivers, marshlands and Bay water; managing reliable water, garbage and recycling services; developing clean and green air, land and energy policies; and providing community education aimed at environmental sustainability.
The Waste Management Authority and the Source Reduction and Recycling Board form the integrated Agency StopWaste.Org dedicated to achieving the most environmentally sound solid waste management and resource conservation program for the people of Alameda County. Within this context, the Agency is committed to achieving a 75% and beyond diversion goal and promoting sustainable consumption and disposal patterns.
Contributors provide the Bay-Friendly Coalition with
valuable technical assistance and expertise, furthering the mission of the Coalition through collaboration and in-kind support.