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#TSRBlackExcellence--#PressPlay: When they said children are the future, they never lied. The youth are the next generation of leaders in social justice, education, health, technology, and even agriculture. No age is too early to chase your dreams and becoming a changemaker. At just six years old, Georgia native #KendallRaeJohnson's name has already gone down in history, and it's all because of her love of fruits and vegetables.
According to @Goodmorningamerica, Kendall is the youngest certified farmer and youngest Black farmer in Georgia. One might ask how a six-year-old was interested in growing and planting fruits and veggies to begin with. Well, the answer is simple—curiosity. Her great-grandmother Laura "Kate" Williams inspired the young girl in the garden at 3-years-old.
By four years old, her parents built a garden in the backyard where she grew everything from carrots to okra, squash, zucchini, and strawberries. The process for Kendall to become a certified farmer didn't happen by chance. She took the necessary -click the link in our bio to read more! 📸:(@abc )