Regional Floral Industry Associations (USA)

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Alphabetical Guide to Regional Florist Associations

An alphabetized list of all the regional florist associations (in the US) we have on record appears below.

A professional association of individuals and businesses leading Alabama florists into a new era.
ASFA is one of the oldest associations helping floral professionals statewide to work together to build a stronger, healthier industry, and positive image.
Supporting and celebrating the floral industry in Arkansas and beyond
We represent all segments of the California floral industry, uniting florists, growers, wholesalers and retailers.
The Delaware Valley Florist Association (DVF) is dedicated to the education of retail florists through scholarships, design programs and networking events.
The Emerald Coast Florist Association supports florists and the retail floral industry in the Florida panhandle.
FAR (Floral Association of the Rockies) is dedicated to promoting integrity, professionalism, and comradery within the floral industry.
Proudly serving the floral community for over 100 years
The Georgia Florist Association is a network of retail florists, designers, wholesalers and other industry professionals throughout the state who strive to be the best in the floral industry.
Formerly the Michigan Floral Association (MFA) the new Great Lakes Floral Association (GLFA) is a full-service trade association representing florists, growers, suppliers, wholesalers, educators and students.
The GSFA helps floral designers in the Greater Seattle area achieve success by raising the level of education and professionalism in the floral industry.
The Idaho State Florist Association exists to educate its members in the florist industry and encourage scientific advancement in the field of floriculture.
The Illinois State Florists Association (ISFA) was founded in 1905, and today it remains one of the most accomplished and recognized floral associations in the US.
The Iowa Florists' Association (IFA) represents the needs and interests of the floriculture industry in Iowa.
The Kansas State Florists Association (KSFA) aims to advance all aspects of the floral industry in the staff of Kansas.
This Kentucky Florists' Association (KFA) advocates for floral professionals and promotes excellence in the Kentucky floral industry.
The official website of the LSFA, made up of florists from the great state of Louisiana.
The MFA strives to provide different educational opportunities for its members at various locations, through design shows, seminars and trade fairs.
The Master Florists Association supports the retail floral industry in the Northern California in general and the San Francisco Bay Area in particular.
The Mid Atlantic Florists Assocation (MAFA) promotes and encourages the development of it's floral industry members, while fostering business ethics and friendly understanding between the different branches of the industry.
The Minnesota State Florist Association (MNSFA) adds value & profitability to Minnesota florists, providing benefits that improve their bottom line.
The Montana Florists Association (MFA) provides great networking with florists, wholesalers and vendors throughout the country.
The Nebraska Florists Society is a non-profit organization of professional florists committed to providing quality floral products to their customers.
The Niagara International Association of Florists (NIA) educates the retail floral industry and sponsors Community College Floral Culture programs.
The North Carolina State Florists Association (NCSFA) is a non-profit organization; with the primary purpose to promote the love of floriculture in this State.
The North Dakota State Florists' Association was founded in 1985 by floral professionals from around the State. Their mission was to educate their peers and advance the art and science of floral design.
The Oklahoma State Florists’ Association (OSFA) serves the floral industry (retail florists, employees, designers) in Oklahoma and surrounding states.
The Ozark Florist Association (OFA) partners with retail florists to provide education, design ideas, networking opportunities and more.
For over sixty years members of the Puget Sound Professional Florists Association worked to improve the flower business in the Greater Puget Sound area.
The South Carolina Florists Association (SCFA) is an association of florists, designers, wholesalers and more with a genuine love of the floral industry.
The South Dakota Florist Association (SDFA) works to to advance the sale and service of flowers through education, events, and social functions: and to promote integrity, honesty, and professionalism in the floral industry.
The Tennessee State Florists Assocation (TNSFA) has been serving the floral industry for over sixty years.
The TSFA leads, unifies and promotes the floral industry while providing members with new ways to solve management problems and improve their skills.
The Virginia Professional Florists Association (VPFA) provides educational opportunities for retail florists throughout the state of Virginia.
The West Texas New Mexico Florist Association (WTNM) encourages the exchange of ideas, principles, policies while promoting the floral industry in general.
The Wisconsin and Upper Michigan Florist's Association (WUMFA) offers members exceptional benefits and also promotes the public’s awareness of flowers.
The Wholesale Florist and Florist Supplier Association (WFFSA) provides wholesale florists with programs, services, events and communications.

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