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Macedonio de Jesus Lopez picks strawberries for export to the U. Farm owner DeWayne Carlos Hafen, right, works alongside Milea Gutierrez to demonstrate the correct procedure for planting onion sprouts.
William Hedrick, an executive for Watsonvolle, Calif. The camp houses seasonal workers and is among the most modern in Mexico. Farmworker Lorenzo Timoxtl opens the curtain in his room after a day picking rasbberries for the BerryMex company. One year ago, a farm labor strike in this tranquil valley erupted in violence, with police and strawberry pickers clashing in a series of running battles that left government buildings torched, laborers bloodied and dozens of people arrested.
When the hail of rocks and rubber-bullets ceased, negotiations resumed and within a month labor leaders and growers had reached a historic agreement to raise wages and guarantee benefits for tens of thousands of farmworkers. Today, this windswept region miles south of San Diego is thriving again as a major exporter of berries and tomatoes to supermarket chains across the U.
What started as a door-to-door campaign by poor indigenous people ended up disrupting produce markets across North America and forcing the Mexican government and powerful agribusinesses to the negotiating table. But the accord has played out unevenly across the mile San Quintin Valley, with conditions often varying from field to field, grower to grower. But others continue skirting the legally required benefits and resisting the increases called for in the government-backed accord.
And government officials, who were supposed to enforce labor laws, have provided only spotty oversight, pickers, growers and labor leaders say. They are among the first of their kind in Mexico, but membership ranks appear thin and their storefront offices are barren — a reminder of the challenges ahead.