OUR MISSION IS TO ADVOCATE FOR THE GARDEN AND ITS POWER
TO ENRICH LIVES AND HEAL THE ENVIRONMENT.

We envision a resilient world dependent on the thoughtful cultivation of plants.  


 

Diversity Statement   

Pacific Horticulture is committed to creating an inclusive, equity-based, community-focused organization that is committed to the health and conservation of both human communities and the environment.   

We recognize that including, collaborating with, and lifting up all voices in the Pacific Horticulture community requires a focused awareness, which will take time to achieve. By committing to be humble and persistent, Pacific Horticulture strives to inspire environmental stewardship and improve human health by the promotion and implementation of fair, equal, and power-balanced leadership practices.   

We believe that a diverse blend of perspectives, ideas, and viewpoints are essential to building a resilient world dependent on the thoughtful cultivation of plants.  

 

Our Work 

Pacific Horticulture provides science-based climate solutions that elevate the role of horticulture to build a resilient future. 

Pacific Horticulture empowers you to take action in your own garden and community landscape.  

Our learning offerings address local and regional practices applicable to home and community gardens, developed landscapes and ecological restorations. Programs demonstrate what beautifully designed climate-appropriate gardens and landscapes can be at every scale. 

Pacific Horticulture welcomes you to our network. Connect with those who are also using the power of gardens to enrich lives and heal the environment. 

 

Our Audience  

We serve the Pacific Region including Alaska, Baja California, British Columbia, California, Hawaii, Oregon, Washington.  

We aspire to serve everyone within the Pacific region concerned about humanity’s impacts on the planet.   

Whether you are a horticulture professional, a passionate home or community gardener or plant person, a designer, a scientist, or a citizen wanting to support climate resilient landscapes, we are committed to provide you with high-quality content and relevant, curated information.   

 

We invite you to join our community and get involved!  

  • Become a member and supporter 
  • Explore articles and learning events 
  • Sign up for our monthly newsletter 

 

Read more about the future of Pacific Horticulture Society in our Strategic Plan 2020-2023, published in October 2019.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Pacific Horticulture Society is a 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to promoting horticultural and environmental literacy throughout the Pacific region. A copy of the latest official registration and financial report may be obtained by contacting PHS at our mailing address.