Rep. Joe Garcia, left, and U.S. Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack talk about some of Florida’s unique tropical crops. One of the projects funded by the USDA through the Farm Bill is a partnership between the USDA and Miami-Dade County to connect local residents with local crops.
Rep. Joe Garcia, left, and U.S. Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack talk about some of Florida’s unique tropical crops. One of the projects funded by the USDA through the Farm Bill is a partnership between the USDA and Miami-Dade County to connect local residents with local crops. Melhor Marie Leonor The Miami Herald
Rep. Joe Garcia, left, and U.S. Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack talk about some of Florida’s unique tropical crops. One of the projects funded by the USDA through the Farm Bill is a partnership between the USDA and Miami-Dade County to connect local residents with local crops. Melhor Marie Leonor The Miami Herald

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