Date: Nov 17, 2021
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The November/December 2021 edition of Western Grower & Shipper magazine is now available both online and in print. Click here for the digital version of the magazine, which features Mark Nickerson of Prime Time on the cover.

Additional features in this issue include:

The Farmworkers Behind the Greens

Western Growers honors the journey of skilled fieldworkers across California and their professional growth in our industry. Full story.

Western Growers Celebrates 95th Anniversary

Founded as the Western Growers Protective Association in 1926, Western Growers has evolved to meet the needs of grower-shippers in California, Arizona, New Mexico and Colorado. Full story.

Vic Smith to be Honored at OGS

The longtime Western Growers Board Member will receive the Organic Grower of the Year award at the Organic Grower Summit in Monterey, Calif. Full story.

Building Marian Regional Medical Center’s Crisis Stabilization Unit

Thanks to the fundraising prowess of several Western Growers members, the Santa Maria hospital improved its capacity to assist those in acute mental health crisis. Full story.

Maximizing Traditional and New Media to Cut Through the Clutter

Western Growers is blending social media and traditional outlets to communicate about the vital issues that impact our members. Full story.

New California Employment Laws for 2022

A comprehensive look at the laws that are coming into effect on Jan. 1, 2022 that will impact the agriculture industry. Full story.

CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD THE WG&S NOVEMBER/DECEMBER 2021 EDITION.

To view past editions of the magazine, click here. For questions about WG&S Magazine, please contact Stephanie Metzinger at smetzinger@wga.com. 

WG Staff Contact

Ann Donahue
Media Relations Manager

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