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Agroecology

FWAF and COVID-19

COVID-19 Response One of the Farmworker Association of Florida (FWAF) in 2021 priorities continues to be to inform and support the communities we serve with …

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Agricultural workers
biomonitoring

Heat stress research focuses on farmworkers, athletes and military

A Emory University research project with Florida farmworkers was part of an innovative multi disciplinary convention on heat stress. Researchers on heat stress in agriculture …

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biomonitoring

Florida heat stress researchers of farmworkers, athletes and military compare notes

An Emory University research project with Florida farmworkers is part of an innovative multi-disciplinary approach to heat stress in Florida. Researchers on heat stress in …

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zucchini harvest
COVID-19

COVID 19 Risks for Farmworkers – Call for Action

‘A death sentence’: Activists call on Florida governor to prioritize vaccines for farmworkers Farmworker organizations are pleading with Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis to make vaccinating …

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Farmworkers on a tractor
Worker Justice

Immigration

The Farmworker Association of Florida believes that no human is illegal. For a long period of time, since 1986 when the last Immigration Reform happened …

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Agroecology

Agroecology – Creating Community through food production

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Citrus fruit damage
Health and Environmental Justice

Farmworker Life in the Wake of Citrus Decline

In its heyday, a spectrum of various colors of oranges and yellows from citrus fruit served as a vibrant badge of Indian River County. Early …

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Farmworkers giving out masks
Worker Justice

Pre-Existing Conditions, No Sick Leave and Health Insurance Put Farm Workers at Increased Coronavirus Risk

As the number of coronavirus cases worldwide tops 200,000, health care workers in rural communities are doubling down on farmworker outreach, in an effort to …

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