As you may remember, our mission is:  To support and promote the United States lavender industry through research, education, networking and marketing.  In 2013, we are addressing our mission in several ways:
1. Quantifying U.S. lavender production; identifying what is done with raw products, developing standardized means of measurement and reporting.


The United States Lavender Growers Association (USLGA) invites you to participate in the first "USLGA Annual Lavender Crop Production and Yield Survey." This survey is for any and all lavender growers, big and small, whose business is located in the United States. Your participation will help build a baseline this year, and will help USLGA follow the growth and development of lavender crops and products that make up the growing U.S. lavender industry.


Marketing Workshops Scheduled for Oregon, Washington by Susan and Jack Harrington, USLGA members.

Two marketing workshops for lavender growers and other small-scale crop farmers in Oregon and Washington will be presented in late April, with Early Bird registration discounts available through March 21. USLGA members are given an extra discount.

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Southwest Lavender Conference: Beyond the Basics

The 2012 SWLC was held in Grand Junction, Colorado and sponsored by the Lavender Association of Western Colorado. It was a great time to learn about lavender production and farming and go beyond the basics!

 by Jack Harrington

The Southwest Lavender Conference, hosted by the Lavender Association of Western Colorado


The Ontario Lavender Conference was held Nov 14 - 15 and the USLGA was proud to participate. USLGA President, Mary Bergstrom, represented the USLGA and went with several goals in mind: to cultivate relationships with our "Neighbors to the North", gain insight into another environment for lavender farms and producers, learn how another organization functions, and learn about new and hot topics.

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