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gfg-portraits-geraldineCasey Corr is Managing Editor of Good Fruit Grower and oversees the magazine’s editorial, production, sales and marketing, and budget. Casey is an author and former Seattle-based journalist who wrote for the Seattle Post-Intelligencer, Seattle Times, and Washington Post.

In his career, he has covered Boeing, Microsoft, the mobile telephone industry, and international trade and the shipping industry, reporting from Japan, China, Israel, and France. He has written two books on the communications industry.

He previously served as communications director for the City of Seattle. Casey holds a bachelor’s degree from Pomona College and master’s degree from Harvard University. He joined the magazine in 2013.

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WA Supreme Court: Pay farm workers for rest breaks

July 16th, 2015|0 Comments

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The Washington Supreme Court today ruled that piece-rate workers must be paid separately for rest

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We’re on the road with IFTA’s Regional Tour in WA State

July 16th, 2015|0 Comments

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Good Fruit Grower has a team covering the International Fruit Tree Association’s 2015 Regional Summer

Low snow spells trouble

July 2nd, 2015|0 Comments

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Months ago, I saw it coming. Crossing Snoqualmie Pass in Washington’s Cascade Mountains, I drove

Broetje Orchards to pay $2.25 million fine for hiring illegal immigrants

June 4th, 2015|0 Comments

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Broetje Orchards of Washington State, one of the country’s largest apple growers, has agreed to