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  • Garden Centers CANGC is a trade organization that was founded in 1911 to promote and protect the California nursery industry Over 100 years later CANGC continues its efforts on behalf of the state s diverse group of growers retailers and allied partners who are united by their commitment to this unique and significant industry Mission To promote and protect the interests of the California nursery industry Vision CANGC will be

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  • About Us
    Regardless of size or organizational structure they are all committed to the future of the nursery industry and recognize its importance in the broader economy Their passion for plants is expressed in the cultivation and sale of varieties that beautify our environment and produce the fresh foods so vital to our health and happiness While CANGC members fall into one of three different categories growers retailers or associate companies they all unite under the CANGC banner to protect and promote the California nursery industry Our members recognize that the nursery and flower industry is significant both in size and in economic impact Combined the nursery and flower industry s value of production in 2011 was ranked 4th in the state following dairy almonds and grapes The California nursery and flower industry also leads the nation in value While the production of the plants and flowers enjoyed by Californians represents valuable economic production the retail sector associated with those products further enhances the industry s importance to the state A June 2013 report from UC Davis Professor Emeritus Hoy Carman estimates the total output and employment impacts of California flower and nursery production and lawn and garden retailing in 2011 at

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  • CA 95678 Phone 916 782 2273 Fax 916 782 8707 Email ashley idiggreenacres com Hap Kellogg Immediate Past Chairperson of the Board Kellogg Garden Products 350 W Sepulveda Blvd Carson CA 90745 Phone 310 952 5019 Fax 310 835 6174 Email hapkellogg kellogggarden com Josh Kawahara Treasurer Kawahara Nursery Inc 698 Burnett Avenue Morgan Hill CA 95037 Phone 408 779 2400 Fax 408 779 2400 Email joshk kniplants com Ed Casey Executive Retail Member Director Friedman s Home Improvement 2074 Blackwood Drive San Pablo CA 94806 Phone 707 588 7616 Email ecasey friedmanhome com Randy Baldwin Executive Grower Member Director San Marcos Growers 125 S San Marcos Road Santa Barbara CA 93111 Phone 805 683 1561 Fax 805 964 1329 Email rbaldwin smgrowers com Gene Richau Executive Associate Member Director T R Company 8685 Etiwanda Avenue Rancho Cucamonga Phone 888 899 3400 Fax 909 899 4975 Email gene richau trlcompany com Jon Reelhorn CCNP Regional Director North Belmont Nursery 7730 E Belmont Avenue Fresno CA 93727 Phone 559 255 6645 Fax 559 255 4040 Email jon belmontnursery com Clayton Smith Regional Director North Monterey Lawn Garden P O Box 35000 Fresno CA 93745 Phone 209 470 0969 Email clayton smith

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  • assistant for SeedTec International in Woodland an oilseed breeding development company ANITA GORE CONTROLLER Anita Gore is responsible for all accounting and financial reporting functions for all the associations She assists in preparing annual association project budgets and prepares all financial reports Anita oversees reporting and financial activities of the associations political action committees and is responsible for compliance with pertinent political campaign laws NIDA AGNO ASSISTANT CONTROLLER Nida is the Assistant Controller providing support maintaining the memberdatabase for multiple associations cash receipts invoicing and miscellaneous office duties including assisting all associations in projects as needed She is responsible for dues billings and rendering membership reports Nida joined the association staff in March of 1995 AIMEE DARVILLE COMMUNICATIONS DIRECTOR Aimee oversees member communications including development and content management of websites and newsletters She performs member outreach event support and grant administration At U C San Diego Aimee studied International Studies with an emphasis in Communications and Economics She brings experience in project management and nonprofit community outreach as well as a passion for gardening cooking and nutrition GOVERNMENTAL RELATIONS REGULATORY AFFAIRS In conjunction with Chris Zanobini our team of government relations professionals include DENNIS ALBIANI California Advocates has over 11 years experience in advocacy and public policy He was most recently the Deputy Legislative Secretary for Resources Energy Food and Agriculture and Cal EPA for Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger Previously he served in the Davis administration as the appointed Deputy Secretary at California Department of Food and Agriculture His legislative experience includes a position as consultant to the Senate Committee on Agriculture and Water Resources for then state Senator now Congressman Costa and as Government Affairs Counsel for the Agricultural Council of California He has extensive business experience in livestock production real estate and land use Dennis is a member of

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  • Meriwether 1926 27 Hans Plath 1927 28 Walter B Clarke 1928 29 T D Chenoweth 1929 30 J Awdry Armstrong 1930 31 Herman J Scherer 1931 32 John M Asher 1932 33 G C Roeding Jr 1933 34 J Awdry Armstrong 1934 35 Ray D Hartman 1935 36 Harry A Marks 1936 37 James R Crombie 1937 38 Albert B Morris 1938 39 Gene Fowler 1939 40 Frank Tuttle 1940 41 Jess Watt 1941 42 Louis Lagomarsino 1942 43 Jack McDonnell 1943 44 Bert Kallman 1944 45 Clyde Stocking 1945 46 Paul Moulder 1946 47 Charles Armstrong 1947 48 Tom Sand 1948 49 Frank James 1949 50 Syd Whitehorn 1950 51 William S Clark 1951 52 Herman Sandkuhle 1952 53 Jack W Evans 1953 54 James H Wilson 1954 55 David S Stump 1955 56 Donald C Perry 1956 57 David L Cunningham 1957 58 Willis A Stribling 1958 59 James C Perry 1959 60 Jack F Schneider 1960 61 Robert T Warner 1961 62 Harold B Prickett 1962 63 John A Armstrong Jr 1963 64 Ken R Hartman 1964 65 Maurice C Peairs 1965 66 George S Oki 1966 67 Carl H Zangger 1967 68 Itsuo Uenaka CCNP 1968 69 Herbert L Fischer 1969 70 Leo M Dupuich 1970 71 Charles S Crum 1971 72 John F Chiapelone CCNP 1972 73 Peter G Millenaar CCNP 1973 74 James D Edwards 1974 75 Moto Asakawa 1975 76 Jack Christensen 1976 77 Mary L Fischer 1977 78 Gary R Hartman 1978 79 Robert N Fritz 1979 80 Lewis F Van Buskirk 1980 81 Luke Voorhees 1981 82 Buzz Bertolero ACCNP 1982 83 Henry Camacho 1983 84 Robert Ludekens 1984 85 Bob Frahm CCNP 1985 86 William I Burchell 1986 87 Ruth Yoshiki CCNP 1987 88 Ken Doty 1988 89 Jan E

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  • s earnings are to be stipulated for research scholarship or no stipulation preferred Also the donor can attach specific criteria to the award with the understanding that both the scholarship and research committees will distribute all of the money awarded to their programs by the CANERS Trustees even if criteria of specific awards cannot be met For example if a scholarship says that it must be given to a student of pomology and no such student applies the money is distributed to a worthy candidate as best determined by the Scholarship Committee The chairmen of both the Scholarship and Research Committees are members of the CANERS Trustees They are required to report the activity of their committees and to make formal requests for funding CANERS meets once a year in January and conducts investment telephone conference meetings as needed during the year CANERS has its own investment committee made up of its chairman vice chairman treasurer past chairman and one two members at large from the trustees The treasurer of CANERS is the vice chairman of the California Association of Nurseries and Garden Centers Finance Committee The investment adviser of CANERS is Tom Qvistgaard Senior Vice President Wealth Management of UBS Sacramento CA and the CPA is Keith Rood Sacramento CA Any type of donation made to CANERS is acknowledged in writing to the donor and acts as the official tax letter This applies to award donations fundraiser events and the annual giveaway If there are multiple donors for a specific award the names are forwarded to the family or company etc however requested Oftentimes awards are established posthumously to honor an industry member Any one person can donate to any award and the family can increase the amount of the award principal with a direct donation at any time Donations accepted for example in the year 2014 or newly established awards in 2014 will not fund research or scholarships until they have been in the investment earning pool for one year When the CANERS Trustees meet each year they compute the distribution based on the CANERS fund balance as of December 31 one year back So the award established in 2014 will not fund until spring of 2016 The one year back rule was established to protect the integrity of the endowment Download Additional Information About CANERS New Award Scholarships The CANERS Foundation Endowment for Research and Scholarship began in 1969 Perpetual Awards are the basis of the endowment Awards may be started with a minimum of 2500 and increases to the award balance can be made at any time Often awards are founded to honor a nursery industry professional to provide a family legacy in memoriam or for a variety of other reasons CANERS has funded over 1 million in scholarships for students pursuing careers in horticulture Annually the Scholarship Committee solicits for applications and meets to select the recipients Scholarship Applications The CANERS Foundation distributes scholarship applications for the benefit of students who are interested in pursuing

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  • Membership Types
    if a landscape contractor or maintenance company or landscape architect shall be eligible for an Associate Membership Affiliate 55 Employee of a Regular or Associate Member firm CCN Pro Member Firm 35 Employee of a Regular or Associate member firm who is an active CCN Pro through maintenance of his her certification status as required by the CCN Pro committee Please note This is for individual membership in the CANGC This is separate from the annual CCN Pro renewal dues CCN Pro Non Member Firm 110 Employee of a non member firm who is an activeCCN Pro through maintenance of his her certification status as required by the CCN Pro Committee Please Note This is for individual membership in CANGC This is separate from the annual CCN Pro renewal Dues College University Nursery 110 Any two or four year college university that offers education in the field of horticulture and maintains a nursery operation on its campus either retail grower or retail grower Contact must be the head of the horticulture department unless appointed by the college university Education Research Garden Writer 60 Individual involved in education and or research or a Garden writer Employment verification required Student no annual

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  • Members Benefits
    can be heard Every year people become more disenchanted with big government so we must work harder to be successful We have two tools to accomplish our goals CANGC Legislative Fund and CANGC Political Action Committee These tools paid for through contributions allow us to represent the industry before legislative and regulatory bodies Networking and Sales Opportunties Discounted and exclusive access to CANGC events including the CANGC Annual Convention regional events networking social hours and trade shows NorCal Trade Show http www norcaltradeshow org The Landscape Industry Show in partnerhsip with CLCA http www clca org lis Affiliate Discount Programs American Nursery Credit Association ANCA ANCA is a member based organization where members enjoy a unique credit rating service devised by and limited to wholesale growers and suppliers to facilitate industry commerce via a system of confidential reports No need to send credit reference requests to your colleagues simply login to the ANCA website and find out what you need to know CANGC members not already members of ANCA can join at a 50 discount Renew and you ll receive a 25 discount for your second year To join click here and mark CANGC in the Referred By line For more information visit www ancainc com or contact Angela Burkett at 717 724 0296 or customerservice ancainc com Commercial fuel discount program through Flyers Energy CANGC members receive a 5 cent fuel discount on gallons purchased within a Commercial Fueling Network CFN and a 2 cent discount gallon with the Flyers Fleet Card accepted at over 92 of gas stations nationwide This program also comes with security and accounting features that will save your business thousands of dollars per year Flyers Energy will provide also provide a complimentary analysis of your most recent fuel invoice or receipts to determine if the CANGC discount can benefit your business To get started contact Niki Warden at nicholw 4flyers com or call 530 863 4560 Member Directory Recognition as a CANGC member in the online member directory CA GROWN Brand Licensing As a signatory member of CA GROWN S 1 5 million program CANGC members enjoy negotiated Use of the CA GROWN brand after signing the user license agreement Strategic Partnerships California Horticultural Invasive Prevention Cal HIP and PlantRight representation Partnerships with the University of California Nursery and Floriculture Alliance UCNFA and California Center for Urban Horticulture CCUH California Ag Day Participation and representation at CDFA s California Ag Day Economic Impact Report In 2013 CANGC commissioned The California Nursery and Floral Industry Economic Impacts and Trends by Hoy Carman Professor Emeritus of Agricultural and Resource Economics in the Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics University of California Davis California CANERS Foundation The CANERS Foundation an endowment for research and scholarship in the nursery industry has provided over 3 2 million in research grants and scholarships since 1989 Grower Benefits Virtual Nursery Grower Marketplace In 2015 CANGC received 267 963 in grant funding from CDFA to develop a virtual marketplace to better connect

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