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AJC: A year later, Georgia communities wait for promised hurricane relief

One year ago this past week, Hurricane Michael came ashore in the Panhandle of Florida and devastated local agriculture in Florida, Alabama and Georgia. As the Atlanta Journal-Constitution points out, many farmers in this region are still waiting for aid a year later. You can read more here.

Southeast Farm Press also has an interesting interview with a farmer in the area who describes how things have changed in the year since Michael hit here.

Round Bale Silage (baleage) destroyed by Hurricane Michael in Gulf County. Credit: Ann Blount, UF/IFAS