Join online: Join or renew your AIS membership with our convenient on-line AIS membership selection. Click to go directly to this area: AIS On-Line Membership
All membership fees are payable in U.S. funds. Rates shown are current as of January 1, 2024.
Join via postal mail: If you wish to send in your membership via postal mail a membership form is provided. This item may also be useful to promote the AIS by producing multiple hard copies as handouts at shows or events. This is the AIS Invitation to Join form-ITJ: AIS ITJ membership form (PDF file).
The various associated AIS Sections and AIS Cooperating Societies have their own separate membership rates. Follow these links for full contact information on: AIS Sections and AIS Cooperating Societies
For any questions, please contact:
Jean Richter – AIS Membership Secretary
1226 High Street
Alameda, CA 94501
Perhaps you have a business that could benefit from advertising in the AIS Bulletin. The AIS Bulletin reaches all members of the AIS who very likely would have a direct interest in your iris related product offerings. Target your audience directly and effectively with an AIS Bulletin advertisement. The rates for advertising are quite reasonable, the benefits are considerable.
To view the rates structure and advertisement options/requirements please follow this link: AIS Bulletin Advertising
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The Iris family is huge and made up of many different types of irises. Some gardeners specialize in a particular type of iris, such as tall bearded, Siberian, Spuria, Louisiana or Japanese. For those of you who love a particular type, there are specialty groups, called Sections or Cooperating Societies, who discuss their particular interest. These groups are part of The American Iris Society. All of these groups have their own publications and social media. Many offer mini-conventions and tours. If you have an interest in a particular type of iris, you might want to meet some like-minded iris fans in addition to being a member of AIS