WGL Annual Meeting 2016

Sponsored by Stokes Lawrence

The Future of Labor
for Washington Agriculture:

How Do We Do It Better?

Tuesday, January 26, 2016

8:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
Check-in starts at 7:30 a.m.

Yakima Convention Center
10 N 8th Street, Yakima WA  98901

Online registration still open...

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Mark your calendar and join us for these hot labor topics

The Future of Labor in U.S. Agriculture:
The Big Policy Picture

Presented by Craig Regelbrugge, Senior Vice President,
AmericanHort, Washington, D.C.

Recruiting for H-2A: Weak Link or a Source of Strength?

Presented by Mike Gempler, Executive Director,
Washington Growers League

H-2A Program: How to Plan for an H-2A Contract 

Presented by Kerry Scott , Program Manager,
MasLabor, Lovingston, Virginia

An Attorney's View on H-2A:
Preparing for Participation and Avoiding Problems

Presented by Brendan Monahan, Attorney Shareholder,
Stokes Lawrence, Yakima and Seattle

Workshop on Building, Managing and Finding
Housing for Farm Employees

Presented by Jesse Lane, Housing Program Manager,
Washington Growers League, and 

Marty Miller, Executive Director,
Office of Rural and Farmworker Housing 

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$75 per person for WGL members

$125 per person for non-members

Registration for the 2016 annual meeting 
includes morning coffee and snack, 
plus a gourmet lunch buffet

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