Hannah Guzik

California Health Report

Health writer and Assignment Editor for the California Health Report and a contributor to the Ventura County Star

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In the strawberry fields near Oxnard, workers from remote parts of Mexico and Central America toil at some of the hardest jobs in California agriculture.

Indigenous Farm Workers Suffer from Lack of Mental Health Services

In the strawberry fields near Oxnard, workers from remote parts of Mexico and Central America toil at some of the hardest jobs in California agriculture.

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