6-Year-Old Makes History As Georgia’s Youngest Certified Farmer

Although still an elementary level student, Kendall Rae Johnson is well on her way to becoming a great agriculturalist. At the age of 6, Johnson became the youngest certified farmer in the state of Georgia. Her love of farming began when she was just 3-years-old, under the tutelage of her great-grandmother, Ms. Laura “Kate” Williams. With parental support, Rae has now started her own business, “aGrowKulture,” a gardening support center that will soon include an outdoor agri-science lab.
Click here to learn more about Kendall Rae Johnson, a little Black girl helping youth discover the life-giving power of farming. Be reminded of the learning and joy children often experience through outdoor exploration.

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