OACC is named after our totem tree – the Oak – and for nearly four decades, people have gathered around OACC to encourage each other and nurture a lifestyle that is informed by the Earth. From these gatherings have grown hundreds of ecological initiatives, inspired by a deep love and commitment to the Earth and to life on it. Co-sponsors are a big part of what makes this possible.
We’re proud of the 40 year history of OACC, but the vision held by the OACC community is not yet fulfilled. We look forward to the day when Eco-Sapiens inhabit the Ozarks, living in ecological harmony with the Earth. As the next step towards that goal, this year at OACC we’ll take stock of where we’ve been, where we are now, and where we want to go, asking the question “What accomplishments do we want to be celebrating 200 years from now, at OACC 240?”
Co-sponsors are at the forefront of making OACC successful by co-sponsoring the yearly gathering. In the present, we hope you’ll join us as a co-sponsor, creating an ecologically sound future for the Ozarks.
Being a Co-Sponsor means making a $160 contribution. Co-Sponsors can be individuals, groups or businesses. In appreciation of your contribution you will receive
- 2 adult admissions for the entire 2-1/2 days ($100 value)
- Exhibit space at the event ($25 value)Recognition at the OACC 40 evente, we must receive your reply BY JULY 20)
- Recognition on the website as a Co-Sponsor
- Recognition on our highly visited Facebook page
- Recognition in multiple OACC email updates between now and the event
All of this gives you and your business or organization wide exposure and recognition. OACC is organized and run by volunteers. It is not a money-making event for any individual or organization, and we have always been committed to keeping our fees as low as possible. We hope you will support the event, because Co-Sponsors are the key to keeping our rates affordable.
You can pay for co-sponsorships
- by filling out the Online Co-sponsor form, and then clicking on the Paypal button at the bottom of the page after you submit your form
- or print out a form to send by mail and pay by check.
Co-Sponsorships are accepted at any time. However, to be included in the printed invitations, we must receive your reply BY JULY 20. Fortunately, if you miss this date, you will still be listed on the website and in email updates between now and OACC as soon as we receive your co-sponsorship. Please feel free to contact me with questions by email at Oaccleaf@gmail.com
Thank you for sharing a love and vision for the Ozarks,
Many thanks to our
OACC 40 Co-sponsors!
Alford Forest, Inc, Brixey MO
Buffalo River Watershed Alliance, Jasper, AR
Sasha Daucus, Golden Light Center, Fourche Creek Watershed, Ripley County, MO
Gene Dunaway, Mountain View, AR
The Eldridge Keepers, Barbie Rucker, Eldridge,
David Haenke, Bryant Creek Watershed, Ozark Bioregion
Hawk Hill Community Land Trust, Bryant Creek Watershed, Douglas County, MO
Jay Jacobs, Dora, MO
Land Learning Foundation, Keytesville, MO
Larry and Ruth Lewis, Osceola, MO
The Meadow Loft, on the square in Mountain Grove, MO
Mid-Missouri Peaceworks/Peace Nook, Columbia, MO
Missouri Herbs, Upper Gasconade Watershed
Ozark Land Trust, Columbia, MO
Planet Drum Foundation, Shasta Bioregion
Joel Randall, Seymour MO
Regenerations Intellotech, LLC, Newkirk, OK
Elaine Hines, Renaissance Books & Gifts, Springfield, MO
Doug & Cathy Strubel, Pettigrew, AR
Sarah & Gene, Arkansas
Sierra Club, Ozark Section of the White River Group, Springfield, MO
Sweetwater Community Land Trust, Mansfield, MO
Mary Mike Taylor, United Country Missouri Ozarks Realtor, Inc, West Plains, MO
Martin Turner, Columbia, MO
Tim & Tom, Southern Stars, San Francisco, CA
University of Missouri Center for Agroforestry, Columbia, MO
Dalayna Williams & Scott Spurgeon, ScumSucker, LLC, Mountain Grove, MO
Worm Woman Inc, Fayetteville, AR
GREAT THANKS TO OUR WONDERFUL C0-SPONSORS!