As Summer approaches one of the many opportunities that Broetje Orchards offers to their employees children is the opportunity to learn and gain hands on experience while working alongside full time employees
From planting and taking care of the trees to packing the fruit and selling the fruit, a lot of teamwork goes into our work. On March 16th, Broetje Orchards held it's 4th annual manager's retreat. It did not disappoint.
Today is International Women's Day and across the globe women are celebrated for their social, economic, cultural and political achievements and also for the injustice that some have overcome. We recognize
What makes a good servant leader? According to Robert Greenleaf "It begins with the natural feeling that one wants to serve, to serve first. Then the conscious choice brings once to aspire to lead." I ask this question because
Happy 2018! This time of the year, the trees are bare and dormant, yet it is also a critical time for our teams of orchard workers. Winter Pruning is important because it allows the trees to grow more the following season. Other benefits
On December 4-6th, We had 78 employees attend the Northwest Horticultural Show in Kennewick, WA. This event was over the span of three days and included various trainings from Tractor safety to Food Safety Trainings
Thanksgiving right is around the corner and we wanted to share how proud and thankful we are for our employees and their generosity in helping their neighbors and co-workers during times of need. As many know
On August 18th, several leaders from Broetje Orchards and Vista Hermosa Foundation met with the Acton Institute. Acton is a faith-based non-profit whose primary work is to promote the incorporation of liberty
On July 17th, 31 Summer Youth Employment Participants met with Broetje Orchard managers and supervisors to learn about what it takes to run Broetje Orchards. Few of the topics that they learned about was the different kind
Each Year, Broetje Orchards reviews how we are operationalizing our mission to be a company committed to "bearing fruit, fruit that will last." As part of this review, we look to what we did but also 'how' we did 'it'.