agriculture

The Perfect Storm Descending Upon America part 3: Environmental Impact

After reading parts 1 and 2, you probably scratched your head with consternation. You might even shake your head with exasperation. Some readers feel that this series spells out the future in such dire terms that they cannot fathom a future with another 100,000,000 (million) immigrants invading our country.

Immigration, Population Growth, and the Environment

Immigration, Population Growth, and the Environment
by Leon Kolankiewicz, Center for Immigration Studies, April 2015
 
Leon Kolankiewicz is a wildlife biologist and consulting environmental planner

California Discovers Natural Limits

Mass immigration is driving United States population beyond sustainable limits
Immigration Reform
Friday, April 10, 2015
Immigration Impact

It Takes How Much Water to Grow an Almond?!

Why California's drought is a disaster for your favorite fruits, vegetables, and nuts.
Mother Jones
Tuesday, April 7, 2015
Immigration Impact

...California, supplier of nearly half of all US fruits, veggies, and nuts, is on track to experience the driest year in the past half millennium. Farms use about 80 percent of the state's "developed water," or water that's moved from its natural source to other areas via pipes and aqueducts...

Feds tell Colorado delegation they will process seasonal visas

The Denver Post
Wednesday, March 18, 2015
Colorado News

The Department of Homeland Security late Tuesday announced it will restart processing H-2B visas for temporary seasonal workers.

Colorado employers scramble as feds freeze worker visas

The Denver Post
Tuesday, March 17, 2015
Colorado News

Colorado landscapers, hotel operators and other employers are scrambling to find seasonal help after the Department of Homeland Security abruptly stopped issuing temporary worker visas under its H-2B program ...

The Deportation Lie

The Obama administration cooks the enforcement books
National Review Online
Friday, April 19, 2013
National News

Subscribe to agriculture