By becoming a Foothills Conservancy Corporate Partner, you are not only making a statement about your commitment to protecting our natural resources, you are giving back to your community by fostering a better quality of life for your employees and customers. See our current corporate supporters at the bottom of this page.

CORPORATE ANNUAL PARTNERSHIP LEVELS & BENEFITS:

Preserver of the Land: $250+

Preserver of the Land Parnership offers your business

  • Our Bi-Annual Print Newsletter
  • Monthly E-Newsletter
  • Invitations to special events
  • Announcements for workshops and outings
  • Business name listed in our Spring/Summer newsletter which goes out to hundreds of our friends and supporters
  • Business name listed on conservancy’s website with links to our many partners’ websites

Steward of the Land: $500+

Stretch the value of your partnership dollars by upgrading to the Steward of the Land level! Your business will receive all the Preserver benefits plus:

  • 2 “Friend” annual gift memberships for employees or clients

HORIZON SOCIETY LEVELS

Benefactor of the Land: $1,000+

For businesses with a strong commitment to the Foothills region, it makes sense to join at the Benefactor level. Your business will receive all the benefits of the Steward level plus:

  • Additional (2) “Friend” annual gift memberships for employees or clients (total 4)
  • Membership in our “Horizon Society” and invitations to special Horizon Society events
  • Logo and name placement in Spring/Summer newsletter and on website
  • Spotlight article in upcoming e-newsletter

Patron of the Land: $2,500+

Become well recognized through out the region and state for your partnership at the Patron of the Land level. Your business will receive all benefits of the Benefactor level plus:

  • Additional (2) “Friend” annual gift memberships for employees or clients (total 6)
  • Press release submitted to media announcing your commitment to conservation
  • Spotlight article in the Fall issue of our annual print newsletter

Legacy Leader: $5,000+

Your business will be recognized for its leadership role in conservation with your partnership at the Legacy Leader level. Receive all benefits of the Patron level plus:

  • Attractive plaque acknowledging your support of conservation in the Blue Ridge and Foothills

Heritage Circle: $10,000+

Enjoy the advantages of full participation in all the Foothills Conservancy has to offer! By making a statement on your commitment and leadership in land conservation you will receive all the benefits of the Legacy Leader level plus:

  • Framed and matted 8 x 10 print of protected area of your choice

Meet our 2016 Horizon Corporate Supporters:

Vulcan Materials Company Mideast Division- As a supplier of construction materials, sustainability remains a pillar of Vulcan’s operating policies. They are dedicated to the responsible management of resources, the recycling and reuse of materials, and a due consideration to both their workforce and the community’s neighborhoods.
vonDrehle Corporation A pioneer in recycling, VonDrehle goes through great lengths to reduce, reuse and recycle everything that their business revolves around. They continue to revamp their operations to be as green as possible—resulting in the majority of their paper products being composed of 100 percent post-consumer content.
table-rock-pharmacy-logo Owned and operated by Richard and Shara Owensby, Table Rock Pharmacy has been serving the community in Morganton, North Carolina since 1990. Specializing in treatment that ranges from medicated nail polish to medicated lollipops for all members of the family including pets, Table Rock Pharmacy is a truly unique business.
  Located right in downtown Morganton, Brown Mountain Bottleworks is a local favorite. Owned and operated by Kory and Collin Suttles, brothers born and raised in Western North Carolina, Brown Mountain Bottleworks is a special place where locals of all ages can come to enjoy beer from all over the state.
  Fonta Flora Brewery emphasizes on seasonal flora, bringing English tradition and Belgion inspiration to the Appalachian Mountains of North Carolina. Fonta Flora utilizes local artists to help conceptualize the notion that fermentation is yet another medium for creating art. This uniquely artisan approach to beer yields a sustainable product filled with culture from our very own community.
Piedmont Audiology
  Antea Group is an international engineering and environmental consulting firm. They provide comprehensive strategies designed to reduce environmental footprints, mitigate safety risks, protect against engineering failures, and minimize social impacts.
  Table Rock Ultras is a pair of marathons that benefit the Friends of the Mountains-to-Sea Trail, a 1,000+ mile trail that connects western and eastern North Carolina, and scenic places in between.
  Phil Jablonski is a local artist in Morganton, specializing in fine art, repurposing, and custom fabrication. His art is organic, often born from recycled objects, and extremely unique.
Lake James Crescent Communities is a leading real estate investment and operating firm driven to create long-term value by developing thoughtful, sustainable communities that improve people’s lives. Founded in 1963, Crescent’s original mandate as a land management company continues to inform its commitment to the wise stewardship of natural resources.