PVGA

PVGA changes headquarters, seeks new board member nominations

The Pennsylvania Vegetable Growers Association has changed its contact information and is also seeking nominations for growers to serve on its board of directors. With the hiring of Wanner Associates to manage the association, the... more »

PVGA contracts with management firm for executive leadership

Directors of the Pennsylvania Vegetable Growers Association (PVGA) have approved allowing a management firm to run their grower organization. Wanner Associates of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, will manage the PVGA. During a May 30 special board meeting,... more »

PA growers approve continuing vegetable marketing, research program

Keystone State growers have approved continuing the Pennsylvania Vegetable Marketing and Research Program (PVMRP). Nearly 79% of the vegetable growers voting in the review referendum on the PVMRP voted “Yes” to continue the Program for... more »

PVGA urges renewing Pennsylvania vegetable marketing program

The Pennsylvania Vegetable Growers Association (PVGA) is recommending Keystone State growers to renew the Pennsylvania Vegetable Marketing and Research Program (PVMRP). In an April 15 email to members and others, the Richfield, Pennsylvania, organization recommended... more »

PA vegetable growers group extends executive director search

The Pennsylvania Vegetable Growers Association (PVGA) is continuing to look for a successor to its longtime executive director, William Troxell. Though the PVGA’s search committee has interviewed a number of candidates, the executive committee voted... more »

PA vegetable growers group eyes transition and retirement of executive director

With great appreciation for his leadership and vision, the Pennsylvania Vegetable Growers Association (PVGA) has officially announced the planned retirement of its executive director, William Troxell. While Troxell’s impending retirement has been publicly known for... more »

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