Colorado crop OK for now, but need for immigration reform ever more pressing

Workers from Mexico on H-2A visas pick peaches at Talbott Mountain Gold orchards in Palisade, Colorado. (Photo courtesy Talbott Mountain Gold) Despite concerns earlier this year that the new Trump administration’s hardline immigration policies would lead to labor shortages across Colorado’s agricultural sector, growers and their advocates are breathing a sigh of relief as the […]

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