WSCGA is proud to have strong support from the cranberry industry, and continually encourages growers and non-growers alike to become members of WSCGA. Wisconsin cranberry growers, industry vendors and cranberry crafters can join WSCGA as members, associate members or supporting members, respectively.
Formed in 1887, WSCGA provides education and advocacy programs for the state’s cranberry industry. The association currently offers a number of programs and benefits for its grower members; including:
Management practices programs
Research and educational resources
Public policy advocacy
Promotion of the industry and its products
Networking and stewardship opportunities
WSCGA Grower Member dues are a base of $50 plus a per planted acre charge according to a cumulative declining scale.
Any non-fruit-producing individual, firm, institution or organization may become an associate member. Privileges include a copy of the WSCGA monthly newsletter, exhibit access at trade shows, listings in the Buyers Guide, available advertising space in the newsletter and program book, and mailing services. Associate member dues are $300 a year for basic benefits and $450 a year for premium level of benefits.
Membership year runs from November 1 through October 31
Opportunity to exhibit at WSCGA Trade Shows
Advertising opportunities in the WSCGA News, Buyer's Guide and Program Book
Grower-Direct Outreach opportunities
WSCGA is a 501(c)5 non-profit organization. PO Box 365, Wisconsin Rapids, WI 54494