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Home  >  Education  >   Case Studies and Fact Sheets for Labor Laws on California Small Farms (Summary)

Case Studies and Fact Sheets for Labor Laws on California Small Farms



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Published March 2014

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Introduction

This companion to California Guide to Labor Laws for Small Farms presents a number of case studies related to California farm labor. While this guide was written for California, its information may also be applicable to other states.

Table of Contents

Case Study #1: Fresh Run Farm and The College Of Marin In California

Case Study #2: Rogue Farm Corps in Oregon

Case Study #3: Full Belly Farm Employee/Internship Program


Fact Sheet #1: Structuring a Registered Apprenticeship Program with DAS

Fact Sheet #2: Getting Funding for your Apprenticeship Program

Fact Sheet #3: Lease Model

Note: Digital downloads are in full color. Printed, mailed copies are only available in black & white.

 

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