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A mushroom harvester must have a trained eye to recognize proper size, ripeness and quality. This, along with no less than 15 required workmanship skills, makes harvesting mushrooms one of the more difficult jobs on the farm.read more
First came the mother, Maria Trinidad, in March 1999 to work in our packing room. Then, little by little, came her sons Jose Guadalupe and Juan, to first work in our picking houses as harvesters, and then later as supervisors.read more
The Kennett Growing Department gathered with a cake and gifts on Friday, October 23, to wish a happy retirement to Jesus Hernandez Zavala, a waterman. and longtime employee of Kaolin, who began working for us on March 5, 1991.read more
Hazard Communication or Chemical Safety is one of OSHA’s top workplace safety priorities. This is one reason why this standard is termed the “Employee’s Right to Know” standard.read more
Congratulations to Team Soils! Tim Wilson, Juan Avila, and Jeff Rhodes work safely as a team to manage the removal of over 100 loads per week – every week, of all our spent mushroom compost – company-wide!read more