Letters to the Editor: March 8, 2017

Agriculture could suffer from changes

Funny how, until just this past week, in all of the contentious letters in this paper I don't remember anyone mentioning the elephant in the room - the effect of the new administration's anti-immigration campaign on this valley's important agricultural crops, especially apples.

Local growers have long been hiring workers from across the southern border since even before I started coming here to work in the orchards in 1978...

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