Benefits of Service
Pacific Horticulture encompasses a large, welcoming and inclusive community of passionate garden loving people from many sectors. Benefits of service include access to invigorating conversations with some of the great and innovative thinkers in horticulture today. You will be on the pulse of trending and cutting-edge practices and thought on climate solutions through the healing powers of plants. Your contributions at this moment of great energy and growth will yield professional recognition, credibility, and positive exposure. Can you see yourself thriving as part of a collaborative team of leaders at a moment of accelerated growth?
Board Service – Actively Recruiting Now!
The Pacific Horticulture Board of Directors have a personal commitment to the organizational mission, values, and diversity statement, while sharing a deep and enduring connection to the field of horticulture, environmental science, or aligned fields. Experience in any of the following are a bonus: digital media/digital business, marketing and communications, development skills in systematic, sustainable, long-term fundraising, corporate relationship experience and connections.
Content Committee Service –Actively Recruiting Now!
The Content Committee is comprised of Pacific Horticulture board members and community stakeholders. The committee identifies education program content that is used for annual learning events and products, including but not limited to short videos, podcasts, panel discussions/webinars, articles, social media broadcasts, and virtual workshops.
Our Program Topics
Pacific Horticulture programs are building awareness that gardeners, landscape managers, farmers, environmental scientists, city planners, designers, are contributing to climate solutions and elevating the relevance of horticulture to a more resilient future.
Content should be trustworthy, visually inspiring, geographically focused, timely, current, forward thinking, and thought provoking.
Content topics address home and community garden, local, and regional sustainable horticulture practices. Programs demonstrate what beautiful, well-designed climate-appropriate gardens and landscapes can be at every scale.
Garden design trends and plant profiles, multi-generational gardening, gardening for wildlife and pollinators, food gardening, and houseplants.
Climate resilient landscapes (reducing water, summer-dry, fire-prone), community and urban agriculture gardens, native plants, wildlife corridors, and cultural practices and indigenous knowledge.
Science, biodiversity, plant conservation, soil health, sustainable garden design, permaculture and innovative practices, invasive species, landscape management, public spaces, sustainable development, horticulture therapy/Nature Rx, public, and international gardens.
Pacific Horticulture continues to publish articles in digital form, aligning with programming on multiple media channels throughout the year. If you are interested in submitting articles for publication, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to share your ideas, hear about our upcoming calendar of program topics, and receive submission guidelines.