The Migrant & Seasonal Farm Worker Program assists migrant and other seasonal employees engaged in farm work to achieve economic self-sufficiency through employment and referral to training and other related services that address their employment-related needs.
In Wyoming, these services are provided primarily in the beet-farming communities in the Big Horn Basin and in the Torrington area during the summer months.
Since Wyoming’s migrant and seasonal farm workers are mostly Spanish-speaking, the Wyoming Department of Workforce Services hire bilingual employees to provide for such needs. Migrant & Seasonal Farm Worker program specialists are knowledgeable about services available in their communities for these individuals.
For more information, please see the brochure here, or use the contact information below.