More crabs- less pickers?

This year’s warm winter weather has encouraged the Chesapeake blue crab to emerge from their muddy channel hibernation early this year. But a March boom in crabs isn’t necessarily a good thing- especially when you don’t have enough hands to pick the early bounty. Most H2-B workers come in April, making packing houses scramble to process the prematurely plentiful harvest. Read all about it by clicking through to this article from the¬†Annapolis Capital.