Florida Farming Community Still Struggles One Year After Hurricane Irma

IMMOKALEE, FL - SEPTEMBER 09: A farm worker sits along a street in the rural agriculture community of Immokalee on September 9, 2018 in Immokalee, Florida. The Immokalee community, which is made up mainly of seasonal farm workers, was severely effected by Hurricane Irma which caused severe flooding in the area. Nearly one year later many residents still haven't fully recovered from the storm. Mobile homes make up roughly a quarter of theÊhousing in Immokalee and many were destroyed in the category 3 storm that caused major damage throughout the state. (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)
IMMOKALEE, FL - SEPTEMBER 09: A farm worker sits along a street in the rural agriculture community of Immokalee on September 9, 2018 in Immokalee, Florida. The Immokalee community, which is made up mainly of seasonal farm workers, was severely effected by Hurricane Irma which caused severe flooding in the area. Nearly one year later many residents still haven't fully recovered from the storm. Mobile homes make up roughly a quarter of theÊhousing in Immokalee and many were destroyed in the category 3 storm that caused major damage throughout the state. (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)
Florida Farming Community Still Struggles One Year After Hurricane Irma
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