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Fruit Grower ReportNew revisions to the H-2A visa program won't make the financial burden on farmers better, according to Northwest Horticultural Council Vice President Kate Tynan.
Fruit Grower ReportNW Hort Council Sr. Vice President Kate Tynan explains why new labor revisions to the H-2A visa program don't do enough to help with labor challenges and probably add to them.
Fruit Grower ReportNorthwest Horticultural Council president, Mark Powers says among the many challenges facing growers this year is finding an ample labor supply and what those workers will be paid.
Fruit Grower ReportNW Hort Council president Mark Powers shares his views on climate smart practices in the tree fruit industry.
Fruit Grower ReportLittle Cherry Disease continues to spread as industry works to find answers.
Fruit Grower ReportWith summer upon us, Northwest Horticultural Council president Mark Powers talks ag labor and wages that are a big concern for industry employers.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportRelief could soon be on the way for farmers and ranchers impacted by last year's historic heat wave and other natural disasters.
Fruit Grower ReportNW Hort Council president Mark Powers says the pandemic has thrown several challenges in our path, but believes we've weathered it pretty well overall.
Fruit Grower ReportNorthwest Hort Council president Mark Powers talks about what sustainability means for specialty crop producers and how they get their voices heard.
Fruit Grower ReportLittle Cherry Disease has not gone away in the new year, but NW Hort Council president Mark Powers says steps are being taken to battle the fast spreading threat.