Upcoming Training

Washington Growers League offers in-depth training on the issues affecting agricultural employers.


Plan on attending the Washington Growers League Annual Labor Conference and Member Meeting.  There is a lot to learn here at the conference that addresses the full spectrum of labor and employment issues for agricultural employers.  

Some of the agenda topic highlights are: immigration legislation and regulation; how to give sexual harassment prevention training; ag overtime in Washington and other states; and more.

Yakima Convention Center, Yakima, WA

8:30am – 3:30pm

WGL member price:   $95

Non-member price:    $150

Download the mail-in registration form here

*Please register by February 12, 2020.  If you must register after February 12th, please call the Growers League office at 509-575-6315.  There will be a $15 late fee for all registrations received after February 12th.

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Planning to stay overnight? Take advantage of the hotel block discounted rate available for Tuesday, February 18, 2020.

Hilton Garden Inn

401 E Yakima Ave, Yakima, WA 98901

$139/night

When making your reservations, just ask for the Washington Growers League block.

509-454-1111

2020 Labor Conference & Annual Meeting Registration

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Check back here for announcements about upcoming training.



Questions? Call WGL at 509-575-6315

If you would like to make a request for a training topic or discuss your specific training needs, please call the WGL office at 509-575-6315.

 


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