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Legal Services for Farmworkers

Short overview of your rights as a farmworker in Washington state. #2906EN

Do You Work in the Forest?

Your rights as a forestry worker. #2910EN

Housing: Your Rights as a Farm Worker

Farm Worker housing or camps provided by an employer must meet standards set by state and federal law. This short resources outlines some of those rights. #2600EN

Farmworkers: Know Your Rights about Pesticides

A summary of your rights when working with pesticides. #2914EN

Farm Workers: If the employer does not pay you, you may file a lien on the crop or orchard you worked.

Filing a crop or orchard lien is often the best way to get paid if your employer does not pay you. #2915EN

Work Injuries and Your Rights

Workers in Washington State who are injured on the job or who suffer an occupational disease have the right to receive workers' compensation for their injury or illness. This is true whether or not a worker has legal work documents or is an undocumented worker. #2608EN

Dairy Workers in State of Washington Can Now Earn Overtime

Read about how now dairy workers in the state of Washington are eligible to earn overtime. #2604EN

Farmworker COVID-19 Workplace Safety Checklists

COVID-19 Safety checklists for farmworkers who work in fruit, vegetable, meat packing and food processing warehouses and outdoor sgricultural workplaces. These checklists will help workers understand their rights about COVID-19 related workplace protections.

Identity Documents for Washington Drivers Licenses

Learn the law about the type of identification documents needed to get a driver's license in Washington state. #9350EN

The Law on Child Labor and Agricultural Work

General information about what rules agricultural employers must follow to employ persons under 18 years of age. #2606EN

Your Rights Under the Migrant and Seasonal Agricultural Worker Protection Act

General information about the laws an employer must follow and the rights of the worker under the MSAWPA.

Video Series - H-2A Guest Workers in Washington State

Know your rights and responsibilities as a guest worker in the state of Washington under the H-2A program.

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