On February 26th, 2020, Western Growers is set to launch the WG Women program, which aims to identify and prepare women for positions of leadership within WG member companies and the broader fresh produce industry. Women who participate in the program will have access to a series of on-going, regionally-based activities designed to support professional growth and pave the way for influential leadership opportunities, including:

Cory Lunde

Starting this month, USDA’s National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS) will be reaching out to U.S. organic producers for its five-year update on the organic industry. This update is arguably the most comprehensive source of data on organic farming in the United States, with both governmental and non-governmental decision-making being heavily influenced by its findings and analyses. The most recent survey was conducted in 2015.

Tracey Chow

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