GGIA members include professionals in landscape contracting, irrigation, wholesale nursery growers, greenhouse operators, retail garden centers and allied sales companies. GGIA serves as an umbrella association for the entire horticulture industry and GGIA’s membership reflects the rich diversity of the industry in Georgia.
Get to Know your ASSOCIATION
Dedicated legislative relations focusing on ensuring your positions are heard on issues that impact YOUR business.
We partner with the UGA Center for Urban Agriculture to support certification programs that set you apart from your competition.
INDUSTRY AWARDS PROGRAM
GGIA-only industry awards program recognizes individuals that set the standards for excellence in the industry
GGIA makes networking with other industry leaders, potential customers, and supply sources made easy through our membership portal.
From legislation to economic issues, GGIA offers a united voice on the issues that impact ALL segments of the industry.
Each month GGIA selects one member to highlight through various marketing efforts. Each winner will receive a certificate and goodies.
Timely and weekly updates on industry news and compliance issues with E-Newsletters and Legislative Updates straight to your inbox.
Southeast GREEN TRADE SHOW
Special pricing and sponsorship opportunities at Georgia’s premier,
multi-day horticulture conference and education event.
GGIA’s Partnership program provides an opportunity for industry members who believe in the work and who are loyal advocates of our mission.
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The Georgia Green Industry Association is a statewide trade association whose mission is to promote and advance the economic, lifestyle and environmental benefits of Georgia horticulture for our members, our families and our communities. Through education, legislative monitoring, certification exams, trade shows, and conferences for the horticulture-related industries in the State, the GGIA is deeply rooted in the industry and continues to grow for the betterment of the industry’s future. GGIA is composed of 6 divisions that provide representation to the entire industry. Each of these divisions is equally represented on our board of directors ensuring that each sector of the industry has direct influence on our policies and initiatives.
Horticulture is a leading segment of agriculture which remains the major economic engine of the state. Overall, the industry accounts for $9.97 billion in annual economic impact and employs over 104,000 Georgians. With members from all areas of the industry in all corners of the state, you can rest assured that we are looking out for your interests and have right the connections to keep a finger on the pulse of the issues that can impact your business. Our strength as an organization is derived from that unity. And that unity makes finding a colleague, a customer or a supplier that much easier among your fellow members.