Thank you for choosing to educate yourself and others on the lives and work of farm workers across the country. The Resource Center offers a variety of materials for individuals or groups to educate themselves and their communities about the struggles farm workers face for basic justice and human rights.
Here is where you will find downloadable fact sheets, articles, and reports that cover the full range of issues facing our farm worker brothers and sisters. Print them out for use in your community, or for your own education.
This section provides a basic overview of the working and living conditions farm workers face across the United States on a daily basis. It includes information and links about issues such as farm workers & immigration, labor laws, health & safety, and more.
Visit our Faith-Based Resources page for materials designed for a variety of faith traditions. You’ll find liturgies, guided readings, sample sermons and other interactive, and illuminating materials. Most are freely available by download.
Farm workers are the key to the U.S. food system, and although our population relies on their labor to put food on the table, these workers lack basic rights, face exploitation and live in fear of reporting abuses. Learn more about immigration reform and how it will impact farm workers.
From strawberry pickers in California to mushroom workers in Florida, from cucumber pickers in North Carolina to tomato harvesters in the Midwest, farm workers across the country are organizing to win union representation and to improve their living and working conditions.
Trying to remember a name or face from the past. Check out our NFWM Newsletter Archives for those back stories you do not want to forget!