We are proud industry members of:
California Protea Association
The California Protea Association (CPA) is a non-profit corporation that works to improve and develop cultivars and promotes the marketing of Protea. It was formed to assist its members to learn more about how to successfully make Protea flowers a more important part of California floriculture.
International Protea Association
The International Protea Association represents all links in the Value Chain of global commercial protea production. The IPA offers researchers, propagators, producers, marketers, breeders and educators an open forum of communication and friendship to promote and expand the industry for the benefit of all.
The CCFC is an organization funded by cut flower and greens farmers to do for all of them what none of them could do alone. The Commission is uniquely focused on our farms and helping them survive and thrive while ensuring consumers in the United States have quick and affordable access to the freshest, highest quality flower possible.
Society of American Florists
The Society of American Florists is the national trade organization for all participants of the U.S. floral industry and offers exciting benefits for the following types of businesses.
The California Association of Flower Growers & Shippers
The California Association of Flower Growers & Shippers (CalFlowers, formerly known as NORCAL) was founded in 1941 by a small group of flower shipping companies to foster the success of the California floral industry within the United States. Today CalFlowers is the leading floral trade association in California serving growers and the entire supply chain in the state and in 45 states across the nation.
Slow Flowers is an award-winning online directory to help you find florists, studio designers, wedding and event planners, supermarket flower departments and flower farmers who are committed to using American grown flowers.
Specialty Cut Flowers Growers
The ASCFG was created to educate, unite, and support commercial cut flower growers. It does this by providing production and marketing information; connecting members through events and communications; supporting floriculture research; and encouraging the purchase and use of locally grown flowers by the public. Its mission is to help growers produce high-quality floral material, and to foster and promote the local availability of that product.