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A Non-Profit Organization representing the interests of greenhouse growers at the state and national level, working to Protect and Strengthen the industry allowing it to remain profitable and sustainable.

MISSION

A Non-Profit Organization representing the interests of greenhouse growers at the state and national level, working to Protect and Strengthen the industry allowing it to remain profitable and sustainable.

BECOME A MEMBER

Your support allows MGGC to have a larger representation on the important issues that matter to the future of greenhouse growers in Michigan.

Mini Forum – Metro Detroit

Mini Forum Series  Thursday, February 15 1:00 pm In Conjunction with the MDFGA Annual Meeting Johnny's on the Lake 146 High St. Belleville, MI 48111 On the MGGC Agenda  GAAMPs  H2A and Adverse Effect Wage Rate Legislative Updates Your Questions or Concerns There is no cost to attend the...

Mini- Forum – West Michigan

Mini Forum Series  Thursday, February 8 3:00 - 5:00 pm - MGGC  5 pm Greenhouse Tour 6 pm  Dinner and Bingo            MPGC members are invited to stay for their annual dinner and bingo night - separate registration required.   Micandy Gardens Greenhouse  7833 48th Ave,  Hudsonville, MI 49426 On...

Michigan Commission of Agriculture & Rural Development

MGGC Board President Chris Schwartz and Executive Director Jared Rodriguez will testify before the Michigan Commission of Agriculture & Rural Development on January 31, 2024. Chris and Jared will present the impact of the greenhouse grower industry in Michigan, highlight areas of concern and...

USDA Offers New Crop Insurance Program for Producers Using Controlled Environments

*** NEWS RELEASE*** WASHINGTON, Oct. 2, 2023 – Today, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) is announcing a new crop insurance program designed for agricultural producers who use controlled environments in their operations. The new Controlled Environment program from USDA’s Risk Management...

H-2A Worker Rules Changes Proposed by U.S. Department of Labor

On September 12, the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) released a barrage of proposed rules changes aimed at “increasing worker protections” under the H-2A worker program. The rules call for: • Expanding workers’ rights to “organize,” which employers would be responsible for providing a list of their...

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