Columbia Gorge Fruit Growers is a non-profit organization of 440 growers and 20 shippers of tree fruit in the Mid-Columbia area. Hood River, Wasco and Sherman counties in Oregon; and Klickitat and Skamania counties in Washington produce more than 225,000 tons of cherries, apples and pears.
The objective of the Association is to encourage and promote the fruit industry through legislation, research, education and marketing; to support growers through the exchange of information regarding sound practices and regulations; and to work cooperatively with other industries and organizations.
GLOBAL GAP classes
Please call Columbia Gorge Fruit Growers at 541-387-4769
to sign up for a class (offered in Spanish). Classes can be held either
in The Dalles or in Hood River.
2015 Minimum Wage
Oregon - $9.25 | Washington - $9.47
2015 BOLI POSTERS
Posters are available at the office. New posters are required because of changes made to them for 2015.
Labor Housing Memo - revised January 10, 2014
This document can also be found on the Compliance Manual page.
2015 Upcoming Events
|Friday, April 24
The last Orchard Manager's Meeting of the season. Roberta Gruber from the Oregon Farm Bureau will be speaking on labor issues and changes in labor laws that will affect you in 2015 and beyond. The meeting will be held at The Riverenza in The Dalles with breakfast at 6:30. For more information, contact Lynn Long, 541-296-5494.