About The Colorado Floriculture Foundation
The Colorado Floriculture Foundation (CFF) provides the necessary funding for plant research, education and scholarships. Founded by those that are passionate about floriculture, it has been providing the necessary funding for literally growing the green industry. Indeed the impact of the CFF awarded scholarships and plant research reaches nationwide.
CFF Academic Scholarship Guidelines
Colorado State University Recognizes CFF Donators
Do you want Colorado State University (CSU) to acknowledge your contributions to CFF? That’s no problem. Working with the College of Agriculture, the CFF Board has established a system for CSU to give credit for donations of $100 or more. Every dollar you donate to CSU through CFF will go toward your choice of either research or scholarships. And for donations of $500 or more you can be listed in the annual donator’s book put out by the University.
The Colorado Grows Program has issued it's 2008 program year donations to both CFF and CNREF for the amount of $1065.00 each. This program was a great success this year and we look forward to increased participation and awareness for the 2009 growing season. Thank you to all our participants, retail customers and foundations.
Both the local greenhouse and nursery industries and American Clay Works & Supply Company, have long and rich histories in Colorado. This company was founded in 1893, by the Montague family as a clay pot manufacturing facility. In those days clay pots were the only economical container used to grow plants. The greenhouse industry was very active in the Denver area over 100 years ago; producing foliage, flowering plants, trees and shrubs for the local market. Read more >>