Migrant & Seasonal Worker Toolkit – Ohio Department of Agriculture1 min read
Migrant & Seasonal Worker Toolkit
Each year, thousands of migrant and seasonal workers come to Ohio to find work on farms, in processing plants, and other agricultural businesses. Right now, approximately 5,600 known migrant farmworkers are located throughout the state, working at camps licensed by the Ohio Department of Health. Many live in single-family homes, barracks-style housing, hotels, or homes with unrelated people. Because of these close living and working quarters, the state of Ohio is working to provide as many resources as possible to these workers and owners/operators to keep everyone healthy and safe. Please find a number of resources in both English and Spanish below.