Workers at Cabrillo Farms harvest brussel sprouts by hand following a morning rain.
The County financed the purchase and installation of two new homes for low-income farm workers on Cabrillo Farms.
New modular homes replaced this and another 1970s-era trailer at Cabrillo Farms.
Advocates for farm workers say they are seeing an increasing number of immigrant families with children seeking work.
Supervisors say providing low-cost housing for farm workers -- who live in one of the most expensive housing markets in the nation -- is essential if agriculture is going to continue on our coast.
Yesnia Garcia works in the Cabrillo pack house. She has two young children.
Dave Lea, a third-generation San Mateo County farmer, grows brussel sprouts, artichokes and fava beans at Cabrillo Farms across from the Half Moon Bay Airport.