Year after year, flower farmers are invited to join American Grown Flowers in Washington, D.C., for their annual fly-in. This year’s fly-in is set for Feb. 25-27.
This is an opportunity to advocate for the work you do and its impact on the economy. It’s a chance to explain how policies from D.C. affect real farmers and their families. And it’s an opening to help make something big happen for flower farmers.
Perhaps it will be something related to trade policies, labor requirements, or sustainability or a host of other potential bills on critical topics that require the voices of real flower farmers who are affected.