• Educate the public on nutritional, physical, psychological, and social benefits associated with Consumer horticulture.
  • Provide policy makers with current scientific information that supports the social, health, economic, and ecological impacts of Consumer Horticulture.
  • Strengthen the adoption of Consumer Horticulture as an effective tool for improving human health and wellbeing.
  • Stimulate a diverse U.S. population to adopt Consumer Horticulture as a means to address culturally relevant needs thereby increasing the opportunities for community participation in Consumer Horticulture.