California Agriculture: Water, Labor, and Immigration
Farmers fear shortages of water and labor. Both have been in short supply in recent years due to drought
and reduced Mexico–U.S. migration. California agriculture may be at a crossroads on both issues, facing higher costs and more uncertainty about the availability of two critical inputs.
California drought, farm workers, labor contractors, immigration, ALRB
Philip Martin. 2016. "California Agriculture: Water, Labor, and Immigration." ARE Update 19(5): 9-11. University of California Giannini Foundation of Agricultural Economics.