Organizations, businesses, and local or state government divisions can become a Plant Conservation Alliance Non-Federal Cooperator.
Benefits of membership include no cost to join, the ability to be as involved as your organization chooses, being part of a national network of plant conservationists, being the first to know about conservation policy and issues, and the ability to provide feedback on policies such as the National Seed Strategy.
HOW CAN MY ORGANIZATION BECOME A PCA COOPERATOR?
1. Make sure your organization isn't already a Cooperator. Use our map of current Cooperators to find out if your organization is a Cooperator.
2. If your organization is already a Cooperator, a primary contact (usually the organization's director or equivalent) as well as any conservation or botany contacts at your organization can apply to receive login information to manage contact information and access additional Cooperator resources here.
3. If your organization is not yet a Cooperator, the primary contact at your organization (usually a director or equivalent) can apply for Cooperator status by filling out this form. This application form will be sent to the PCA Chair for approval. If accepted, you will receive an email confirming your organization's status, as well as information on how to create a user account to update your organization's profile, join the Advocacy Group, and access additional Cooperator resources. Your organization's name will also be added to our Cooperator webpage.