Michigan Floriculture Growers Council

MFGC Exists for the purpose of...

  • Establishing a statewide growers' organization.
  • Keeping Michigan floriculture profitable and sustainable.
  • Representing our industry on state and national issues




MFGC is the primary advocate for improving the state’s floriculture/greenhouse climate since its inception in 2005. Our goal is to serve our members with policy advocacy, information and assistance, superior benefits, professional development and networking opportunities.  The floriculture industry was the only significant agricultural group in Michigan that did not have a statewide organization representing its interests. The new Michigan Floriculture Growers Council now represents the interests of floriculture growers in Michigan that collectively produce crops with a wholesale value >$370 million each year.


MAEAP Certified


Great Lakes Greenhouses
Kalamazoo


GreenDorr Greenhouse
Dorr


Joe Theisen Farm
St. Clair


John Gernaat & Sons, Inc
Kalamazoo

The Michigan Agriculture Environmental Assurance Program (MAEAP) is an innovative, proactive, and voluntary program that helps farms of all sizes and all commodities voluntarily prevent or minimize agricultural pollution risks.