In California, the industry there returns 92 cents of every dollar back into the economy and effects every segment of the state's economy, according a study funded by The California Cut Flower Commission.
What does CCFC stand for?
CCFC stands for California Cut Flower Commission
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We have 40 other meanings of CCFC in our Acronym Attic
- Canadian Council of Fisheries and Aquaculture Ministers
- College of Communication, Fine Arts and Media (University of Nebraska at Omaha)
- Critical Care Family Assistance Program
- Canadian Centre for Fur Animal Research
- Colorado Center for AIDS Research (University of Colorado; Denver, CO)
- Confederation of Canadian Faculties of Agriculture and Veterinary Medicine
- Champaign County Farm Bureau (Illinois)
- Cook County Farm Bureau (Illinois)
- Cornell Center for Fungal Biology (Cornell University; New York)
- Cycloserine-Cefoxitin-Fructose Broth (bacteria culturing)
- Campaign for a Commercial-Free Childhood (formerly Stop Commercial Exploitation of Children)
- Campus Crusade For Christ
- Capital City Fencers' Club (Victoria, British Columbia, Canada)
- Cardiff City Football Club
- Centro Campesino Farmworker Center (Florida City, Florida)
- Certified Cash Flow Consultant
- Chambre de Commerce Française au Canada (French: French Chamber of Commerce in Canada; Montreal, Canada)
- Chernobyl Children's Fund of Colorado
- Chester City Football Club (UK)
- Christian Children's Fund of Canada (Markham, ON, Canada)
Samples in periodicals archive:
; the American Floral Endowment; and the California Cut Flower Commission.
Staging of Palo Alto and floral designer Jill Slater of the California Cut Flower Commission, we combined a tansu-style chest with different decorative elements to show how you can create three specific moods.
CALIFORNIA COUNTRY EMBELLISHED WITH GOLD For his country look, San Diego designer Rene van Rems; who represents the California Cut Flower Commission, selected materials typical of California gardens.