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Nebraska strong: Latino families wade through flooding resources with the help of Center staff

Before this spring’s flooding in Fremont, Nebraska, Hilda Moreno’s small family farm business was thriving. 

Her 13-year-old son, Carlos, owns an egg business where he had customers on a waiting list because the business was booming. His plans were to add broiler chickens to his existing enterprise. Carlos, who is always thinking of ways to diversify, such as selling goose and duck eggs, was eager to grow his business. 

Floristería arma un ramo de éxitos a través de REAP

Yomara Hernández ha tenido una historia de amor de toda la vida con todo lo floral.

Desde temprana edad, ayudó a su madre a hacer flores de tela para ramos de novia y decoraciones para bodas con flores naturales y artificiales. Su madre solía venderlos como juegos completos, y ahora Yomara también se dedica a los arreglos florales.

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