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There are approximately 700 SE Asian farmers in Fresno County, 100 in Merced County, and 50 in Tulare County. Over two dozen different varieties of Southeast Asian crops are grown on a combined total of 3,000 aces. The Southeast Asian refugees
SEASCEP works with local South East Asian Farmers in the Central Valley area to provide the following resources:
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Our goal is to equip South East Asian Farmers to run a successful Crop.
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