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On the eve of its thirty-fifth year of publication, Pacific Horticulture has good cause to celebrate, even though we share the challenges of all magazines and newspapers these days in our struggle to meet the demands of the digital age and, at the same time, weather a deep recession.

In particular, we celebrate our strength as a non-profit organization—The Pacific Horticultural Foundation—with a vital mission to educate gardeners in the West about what it means to garden in this region. We also enjoy the benefits of strong leadership—a passionate group of twenty talented volunteer board members who represent gardening interests throughout the region and are deeply committed to the foundation’s mission.

From our earliest days, we have drawn fiscal strength from our many loyal contributors. Subscription fees alone have never covered the cost of publishing Pacific Horticulture; regular donations from our readers and other friends have been essential to our ability to thrive and grow for more than three decades.

While our board has invested significant time and energy toward trimming expenses over the past year, we believe the cost savings achieved have not diminished the endu...

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