The WSCGA Board appoints several association members to sit on committees ranging from research and public relations to administration and education.
This committee provides the Board of Directors with direction on the internal operations of the WSCGA. Activities include developing and recommending a budget, dues structure and operating policies.
This committee advises the Board on associate member programs such as the summer and winter trade shows, newsletter advertising, buyers guide and summer meeting program book.
This committee is responsible for the development of association education programs such as the Wisconsin Cranberry School, Winter Meeting, grower workshops, brochures, and educational materials for classroom use.
This committee was created by the Board to develop and implement a program to develop leaders from the grower community to ultimately take roles in the Association on committees, working groups or the Board of Directors.
This committee is responsible for the development of the communications program and to serve as spokespeople for the industry.
This committee facilitates interaction between growers and research faculty to identify problems and possible research programs to meet grower needs. Research committee members are also assigned to serve on a Best Management Practices working group.
This committee plans and organizes fundraisers and other efforts to support the WCREF scholarship and educational programs.
This committee reviews regulations and legislation affecting the cranberry industry and makes recommendations to the Board on WSCGA positions. The committee also works with agencies to develop materials and programs to help growers comply with appropriate rules and laws, and focuses on environmental issues that may affect growers.