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$11.8 Million Judgment for H-2B Forestry Workers

" A federal court has ordered a Georgia forestry company to pay $11.8 million to 4,000 foreign guestworkers who were cheated out of wages while employed by the company – the largest court award to date on behalf of guestworkers. The Southern Poverty Law Center sued Eller and Sons Trees...

Americans Won't Do These Jobs...Or Will They? (Follow the Money)

Hal Herring, High Country News, Oct. 30, 2017 - "Tree-planting, like thinning timber, picking cherries or peaches, milking cows, tending strawberries in pesticide-laden fields, and so on, were all declared jobs Americans won’t do. Manual labor, even skilled manual labor, has become the province...