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Sponsors

Martin Case and Tim Healey represented Koch Agronomic Services, a Tier One project sponsor, at a recent steering committee meeting.
 
To become a sponsor, contact Karen Scanlon at 765.494.9555 or scanlon@ctic.org
 
 
Tier One
 
Tier Two
 
 
 
 
 
Tier Three
 
 

Sponsor Levels and Benefits

TIER One — $11,000/year
Showcase your company’s product in a demonstration area featured at well-attended field days, in media articles, on project website and more. 

  • Company logo on road-side signs.
  • Company name and logo appears in all project promotion. 
  • Area-wide producer meetings recognize your sponsorship.
  • Company logo adorns informational materials.
  • Media coverage from local, regional and national publications

 

TIER Two — $5,000/year
Your product used in conjunction with other products in a project demonstration area.  

  • Company logo on road-side signs.
  • Company name and logo appears in all project promotion. 
  • Area-wide producer meetings recognize your sponsorship.
  • Company logo adorns informational materials.
  • Media coverage from local, regional and national publications.       

 

TIER Three — $2,500/year

  • Your sponsor name in promotion of project, field days,  outreach material and web site
  • Area-wide producer meetings recognize company’s sponsorship.
  • Company logo adorns informational materials. 
  • Media coverage from local, regional and national publications.     

 

Your Audience

  • Information will reach 100 percent of the producers in the watershed, representing 52,480 acres. 
  • Media releases will reach local publications:  Fairbury Blade, Pontiac Daily Leader, and The Paper; regional publications including AgriNews and the county Bugle; and national publications such as Corn and Soybean Digest, Farm Journal, Successful Farming, and more.
  • Exposure will include CTIC’s e-magazine, Partners, with a circulation of more than 6,000 conservation professionals, as well as an interactive web site devoted to the project. 
  • Area-wide producers will meet to discuss project progress and conservation systems.
  • Field days will be promoted through local agricultural dealers...and other agricultural professionals who producers go to for advice...and will attract watershed producers as well as producers in surrounding counties.
  • Producer information packets will include your logo, nutrient use efficiency study data, demonstration information and results, 4R nutrient stewardship materials, and tactics to avoid herbicide resistance.
  • Speakers will include company representatives, conservation producers and other conservation experts, and partnering organizations. 
  • Winter meetings will be held to update Indian Creek producers and interested others and solicit feedback for successful continuation of the project.
  • Regular reports will be filed with IL EPA, IL Department of Agriculture, US EPA, USDA-Natural Resources Conservation Service NRCS and other partners.
 
 
This project funded in part by IL EPA through Section 319 of the Clean Water Act.