Welcome to our community, Certified American Grown, the only organization focused solely on advocating for and promoting American grown flower and foliage farms and farming families. Throughout the year, our farms work hard to provide the freshest, highest quality products for you, your family, and your friends to enjoy.
All year long, we honor our farmers, families, workers, friends, fans, colleagues, and neighbors by sharing their passion and dedication in bringing beauty and joy to your lives. Certified American Grown is more than just an organization but is the leader in the American Grown movement – a movement that all can be a part of. From farming families to designers and florists, to floral fanatics, and more, the American Grown movement is critical so that the history and fabric of the American floral and foliage community continues to sustain today and for generations to come!
Please join our community by signing up for our newsletters and sharing your love of American grown through social media and consider supporting Certified American Grown by joining the movement today – all are welcome.
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The First Lady’s Luncheon Showcases Certified American Grown’s Farms
Certified American Grown, the organization that supports farmers growing American flowers and foliage, once again supported the event with beautiful American grown floral, identifying a team of talented floral designers and volunteers to create incredible table arrangements, flower arches, displays and décor that enhanced the elegance of the event.
CERTIFIED AMERICAN GROWN ANNOUNCES NEW MEMBERSHIP OPPORTUNITIES
Certified American Grown, the cut flower and foliage industry association focused on strategic promotion and advocacy for its members, continues to innovate and announce new membership categories and alignment of associate member opportunities to provide an inclusive, unified voice for the domestic cut flower and foliage industry. The newest category announced at last week’s annual membership meeting allows farms to join in a general, non-certified membership category.