The Certified American Grown Council

Frank and Pamela Arnosky of Texas Specialty Cut Flowers. Frank serves as the District 4 representative on the Certified American Grown Council.

The American Grown Certification program is led by a council of American flower farmers and industry advisors.  The members of the council are flower and greens farmers from throughout the United States who are committed to a unified promotional and advocacy effort that establishes an identifiable and iconic brand that communicates to the public the domestic origins as well as the high quality, freshness and consistency of American Grown Flowers.

Each council member represents one of the program’s seven districts.

District 1.  Rita Jo Shoultz, Alaska Perfect Peonies

District 2. – • Lane DeVries, Sun Valley Floral Farms • Benno Dobbe, Holland America Flowers • Linda Giovannozzi, Mobi’s • Mellano & Co., Bruce Brady

District 3. – Diane Szukovathy, Jello Mold Farms

District 4.  – Frank Arnosky, Texas Specialty Cut Flowers

District 5. – Quinton Tschetter, Tschetter’s Flowers

District 6. – Andrea Gagnon, Lynnvale Farm

District 7. – • David Register, Fern Trust • Position 2: Vacant

Public Advisory Member – Debra Prinzing, SlowFlowers.com

Public Advisory Member – Ko Klaver, Botanical Trading Company

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12 thoughts on “The Certified American Grown Council

  1. I am trying to contact American Grown. Can you please provide me with an email I can get it contact with?

    Thanks!

  2. Sirs:
    Today I received your American Grown Farm & Flower Guide.
    We have been supply wholesalers for 44 years now. After reading your new guide, I feel it important to spread this every part of the floral industry. It is not often that we get the chance to push “Buy American”, so this opportunity gives us the chance to do just that.
    This comment format does not allow me to attach the file article that we would like to post in our flowerblog. So please send me the email address where I can forward the article for your review, Then please review it, then, we seek your blessing and permission to post.

    Kindly,
    Lynn Eggett, President
    Floralsupply.Com

    • Hello Lynn! Thank you for your support! We are very pleased to have our first Certified American Grown Farm & Flower Guide out for distribution and it is great to hear your feedback. Please feel free to send your article to kasey@AmericanGrownFlowers.org. Thank you again for your support. OriginMatters! ~ Kasey