California Center for Urban Horticulture (CCUH) 

Located at the University of California, Davis, the California Center for Urban Horticulture (CCUH) draws upon the knowledge and expertise of our partners in academia, industry, and the public with a mission to provide programs and initiatives that promote scientific research and the exchange of science-based principles and practices that protect resources and enhances ecosystems in the urban environment in California.

California Grown

CANGC is a signatory member of the California Grown campaign which reminds all of us how important it is to seek out and purchase agricultural products grown and produced in California. California Grown is supported by the state and federal governments, by hundreds of growers, and by we Californians.

California Urban Forests Council (CUFC)

The California Urban Forests Council (CaUFC) was founded in 1968 as the first urban forest council in the nation. We are professionals associated with municipalities and public works, urban planning and design, arboriculture and the nursery industry, and community-based and public health organizations. We support seven Regional Councils across California that act as the backbone of our organizations. Together, as a coalition, we are dedicated to the expansion and perpetuation of sustainable urban and community forests to enhance the quality of life for all Californians.

Citrus Pest & Disease Prevention Program (CPDPP)

The Citrus Pest & Disease Prevention Program is an initiative funded by California citrus growers who cultivate and harvest fresh oranges, lemons, mandarins, limes and other citrus fruit for the world’s enjoyment. The program was established to combat serious pests and diseases that could threaten the state’s citrus trees.

Right now, the major threat to California citrus is an incurable plant disease called Huanglongbing (HLB) and the Asian citrus psyllid, the insect that can spread the disease. Citrus is iconic to the state of California, and everyone plays a role in maintaining these trees for years to come.


PlantRight™ was founded in 2005 to address the ongoing sale of invasive garden plants in California in an environmentally sound and economically viable manner. Since its inception, PlantRight has brought together leaders from the nursery industry, environmental advocates, academics, and professional landscapers to find cost-effective ways to stop the sale of invasive plants. Recognizing that prevention is the most effective way to combat their spread, PlantRight offers an opportunity for the nursery industry to take the lead on this issue, while protecting California’s unique biodiversity and curtailing the need for regulation.

Save Our Water

Save Our Water is a statewide program aimed at helping Californians reduce their everyday water use. Created in 2009 as a partnership between the Association of California Water Agencies and the California Department of Water Resources, the program offers ideas and inspiration for permanently reducing water use – regardless of whether California is in a drought.

University of California Nursery and Floriculture Alliance (UCNFA)

The University of California Nursery and Floriculture Alliance (UCNFA) is a statewide partnership of researchers and educators, growers, floriculture associations and allied industry. It is associated with the Floriculture and Nursery Workgroup of the UC Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources, bringing together Cooperative Extension and university personnel engaging in research and educational activities that address the needs of the California floriculture and nursery production industries.


AmericnHort is the national association for all horticulture businesses across all segments. By being an AmericanHort member, businesses make the commitment to guarantee their future, develpo their staff, make business connections, and protect their business.