The American Floral Endowment has released its annual report for the 2019-2020 fiscal year. The report includes a letter from 2019-2020 Chairman, Jim Daly, program highlights, milestones reached, and funding received from devoted industry organizations and...
#InThisTogether – It’s ever changing! The government regulations, shutdowns, restrictions, emotional toll and economic challenges that COVID-19 is having on individuals, businesses and families. While everyone is doing their best to adapt, one thing’s for certain...
This year’s annual report includes great successes thanks to the support of industry organizations and individuals who contribute to AFE’s funded programs. This year alone, an enormous amount of research, scholarships, internships, and educational grants...
Many important greenhouse floriculture crops are long-day plants, meaning they require long days and short nights (usually less than 8–10 hours of darkness) to produce flowers early. In areas where …Read More »
AFE announces the appointment of its new Chairman of the Board and incoming Trustees. The announcement was made during AFE’s annual event, Funding the Future of Floriculture, held on Tuesday, …Read More »
The Endowment hosted its annual event during the SAF Annual Convention in Orlando, Florida, on Tuesday, September 6, 2022. The afternoon was full of excitement as industry members and supporters …Read More »
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