POTATO GROWERS OF MICHIGAN, INC.
Out of the necessity for a strong legislative voice on issues affecting Michigan potato production, the Potato Growers of Michigan, Inc. (PGMI) was formed in 1991. Since that time, the organization has been working to ensure that reliable economic information and sound science are the basis for decisions made in Lansing and Washington, DC on issues that impact Michigan potato growers.
The organization relies on members being engaged to ensure the Michigan potato industry in positioned to remain viable. Members are engaged on key issues, build relationships with elected officials and provide testimony when necessary.
Three types of membership are available within the organization.
Sustaining Grower Membership - This membership level is open to those individuals who are actively engaged in the production of potatoes. Annual membership dues are$1.50 per acre of potato production with the membership year beginning annually on April 1.
Sustaining Industry Membership - Is open to all individuals and industry industry partners wishing to support the purpose of PGMI at the $500 membership level.
Associate Industry Membership - Is open to all individuals and industry partners wishing to support the purpose of PGMI at the $200 membership level.