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Small Farmers Are Rebuilding a Self-Sufficient Puerto Rico After Hurricane Maria

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Small Farmers Are Rebuilding a Self-Sufficient Puerto Rico After Hurricane Maria

Small Farmers Are Rebuilding a Self-Sufficient Puerto Rico After Hurricane Maria

80% of Puerto Rico’s agricultural industry was destroyed by the 2017 hurricanes, exposing the weaknesses in the island’s food supply chain.

Now, these farmers are determined to make their communities self-sufficient.

This video, "Small Farmers Are Rebuilding a Self-Sufficient Puerto Rico After Hurricane Maria", first appeared on nowthisnews.com.

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