Farm workers in New York State are walking segments of a 200 mile route from eastern Long Island to Albany in the hopes of bringing attention to the low wages and sub-par working conditions they must deal with. The Huffington Post posted an article with some alarming statistics putting the workers' strife and NYS's greed into perspective. "Wayne County, New York, is the second highest apple producing county in the United States. In 2012, farms reported a total of 5.4 billion in sales. Roughly 60,000 farmworkers contribute to the agricultural success of New York. Their slice of agricultural sales in 2015 was with a median annual wage of $21,760". Furthermore, workers earning this median salary are working well over 40 hours a week in the 70-75 hour a week range. Given that the 2016 poverty line for a family of four is $24,300, New York has some serious evaluations to consider in helping its' citizens make enough money to literally survive. Read more here.