farmworkers

Stories from the Field: WCAHS Attends a Conference for Farmworker Women

March 20, 2018

Many of us are familiar with the story of Cesar Chavez and how he and other farmworkers organized themselves to fight for farmworker rights. Although much progress has been made, many farmworkers continue to work long hours in unsafe conditions and with low pay. Because of this, community leaders still play an essential role in improving the lives of farmworkers.

The Annual Farmworker Women’s Conference Combines Advocacy with Tradition

Total Health from the Soil Up

Total Health from the Soil Up Bridging the silos of health and agriculture

Farms shape our health through nutrients, soil, water, air, climate, economy, and community.

  • Great Hall, Bancroft Hotel, Berkeley, CA
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Stories from the Field: WCAHS attends the 22nd Annual Arizona Interagency Farmworkers Coalition Conference

January 10, 2018

On September 26th - 28th, the WCAHS Outreach Team attended the 22nd Annual Arizona Interagency Farmworkers Coalition (AIFC) Conference held in Yuma, Arizona. WCAHS not only covers California, but also Arizona, Nevada, and Hawaii, so it was a great opportunity to learn more about what other states are doing for farmworkers and their families.