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  • Farm Share helping to feed those still hungry after Irma

    Nearly a month after Hurricane Irma Farm Share continues to distribute hundreds of pounds of fresh fruits and veggies to families in South Dade and the Florida Keys. They have partnered with the U.S. Attorney's Office and the State Attorney's Office to give out the food and connect people with other services. On Friday, Oct. 6, 2017, they were at Goulds Park Recreation Center giving food to over 500 families.

Farm Share helping to feed those still hungry after Irma

Nearly a month after Hurricane Irma Farm Share continues to distribute hundreds of pounds of fresh fruits and veggies to families in South Dade and the Florida Keys. They have partnered with the U.S. Attorney's Office and the State Attorney's Office to give out the food and connect people with other services. On Friday, Oct. 6, 2017, they were at Goulds Park Recreation Center giving food to over 500 families.
Emily Michot Miami Herald