Jennifer Little

owner of Little Fresh Farm

Jennifer Little on KCRW

Small Southern California farms have been hit hard by COVID-19. Two local farmers tell KCRW about the demand they're seeing for produce now, and how they're getting by.

Southern California farms sell directly to customers during COVID-19

Small Southern California farms have been hit hard by COVID-19. Two local farmers tell KCRW about the demand they're seeing for produce now, and how they're getting by.

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