WGL farmworker housing

Farmworker housing plays an increasingly crucial role in the success of many agricultural crops. As the labor market continues to tighten, the availability of housing is becoming a key advantage in recruiting. Growers who can offer safe housing to their seasonal and migrant farmworkers are generally more attractive to prospective workers.




Mattawa Slope

Mattawa Slope
Seasonal Housing

Located in Mattawa, Washington, Mattawa Slope provides safe and affordable housing for the area's migrant and seasonal workers. Mattawa Slope is generally available for occupancy throughout the year

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Sage Bluff entrance sign

Sage Bluff
Seasonal Housing

Located in Malaga, Washington, Sage Bluff provides safe and affordable housing for migrant and seasonal farmworkers in the Wenatchee area.

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Brender Creek
Seasonal Housing

Located in Cashmere, Washington, Brender Creek provides safe and affordable housing for migrant and seasonal farmworkers in the Cashmere area.

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Rent-A-Tent

Operated by the Washington Growers League, the Rent-A-Tent program can be used by cherry growers to provide housing for cherry harvest workers throughout Washington state.


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Republicans introduce Border Security and Immigration Reform Act, June 19, 2018
Border Security and Immigration Reform Act

Department of Homeland Security Memo issued 02/20/2017
Enforcement of the
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A new research report showing the contributions immigrants make to Washington's economy
The Contributions of New Americans in Washington
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Legal Workforce Act
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