For labor-intensive crops, annual dues are determined per acre.
Examples: apples, pears, cherries, peaches, apricots, nectarines, plums, prunes, grapes, asparagus, hops, berries and nursery production
For other types of agricultural production, annual dues are determined by the number of permanent and seasonal employees.
Examples: dairy, livestock, greenhouse, wheat, potatoes, mint, hay, corn, poultry
Members with fewer than 50 acres of labor-intensive crops or fewer than five full-time employees pay minimum dues of $125 annually. Membership dues will not exceed a maximum of $3,000 annually.
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becoming a member of the Washington Growers League.
Updated December 2016
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