The Western Growers Association (WGA) is an association representing family farmers growing produce in the states of California and Arizona in the Western United States. The issues they advocate on include farm labor regulation, immigration and guest worker programs, environment and sustainability, pest control, and water. They have offices in Sacramento (California), Phoenix (Arizona), and Washington, D.C. WGA was founded in 1926. The WGA has been cited in articles in the New York Times on issues related to agriculture and regulation thereof, and in particular immigration and guest worker programs associated with agricultural labor. It has also been cited and quoted as an authority on produce, farm labor and immigration issues in articles in Forbes, CNN, and the Wall Street Journal.
Highest paying job titles at Western Growers Association include Compensation and Benefits Specialist, Account Executive, and Sales Representative