Canadian Ornamental Horticulture Alliance

James Farrar
Administrator
6, 76 Main Street West, Grimsby, ON L3M 1R6
905-945-6791
Email : james@coha-acho.ca

FOUNDING PARTNERS

 cnla
Canadian Nursery Landscape Association
Victor Santacruz, Executive Director
www.canadanursery.com

The Canadian Nursery Landscape Association (CNLA) is a federation of nine provincial green industry associations representing over 3,600 member companies in the ornamental horticultural sector, including wholesale nursery growers, landscape construction, design and maintenance, retail garden centre and other related industries. CNLA’s vision is a prosperous, professional and ethical industry that is recognized, valued and utilized by the public as a result of the environmental, economic and lifestyle benefits provided by our members’ products and services. CNLA works with the federal government and its agencies in cooperation to create solutions and partnerships for the prosperity of the industry, both nationally and internationally, and Canadian society.

 

fihoqFédération Interdisciplinaire de l’Horticulture Ornementale du Québec,
Luce Daigneault, Executive Director
www.fihoq.qc.ca

FIHOQ is a federation composed of twelve professional associations involved in every sector of the Québec ornamental horticultural industry, including production (nursery, greenhouse and sod growers), retail (garden centres, florists and allied suppliers) and services (landscape architects, landscapers, arborists, irrigation professionals, golf superintendents and greenspace maintenance companies). As such, it is the official “voice” of the Québec industry, representing the interests of over 2,000 member companies and professionals. FIHOQ’s mission is to lead, represent and promote the Québec ornamental horticultural industry, thereby ensuring its development.

 

fcg.enFlowers Canada Growers Inc.,
Dean Shoemaker, Executive Director
www.flowerscanadagrowers.com
Flowers Canada Growers (FCG) represents 390 greenhouse floriculture growers and industry partners across Canada. The greenhouse floriculture industry includes producers of cut flowers, potted plants, bedding plants and propagative materials. FCG identifies challenges to the industry and addresses these challenges proactively by communicating with government and implementing solutions that benefit both the industry and the Canadian economy.