The Latinization of Forest Management Work in Southern Oregon: A Case from the Rogue Valley
Mexican immigrants constitute the vast majority of forest workers on federal lands in Oregon today. In southern Oregon, Latinos also make up a significant share of forest contractors and a growing portion of the resident population. Although there has been some recent attention to immigrant workers in the United States, Latino forest workers remain marginal in the eyes of policymakers and the general public. This article examines the Latinization of forest work in the Rogue Valley and provides a social and historical context with which to understand this phenomenon, shedding light on the importance of federal immigration policies, immigrant social networks, and changes to forest management.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 2006-10-01
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