Kendall Rae Johnson: Connecting aGROWKulture with Arts & Culture
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Kendall Rae Johnson: Connecting aGROWKulture with Arts & Culture

Kendall Rae Johnson: Connecting aGROWKulture with Arts & Culture
Jun 25 2023 | 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Kendall Rae Johnson: Connecting aGROWKulture with Arts & Culture


Meet Kendall Rae Johnson  -  How does your garden grow? 8-year-old Celebrity Certified Gardener shares tips
Cost: Admission is Free on Sunday June 25th / Including Kendall Rae Johnson and the Collage Workshop
Preregister online by clicking the button below
Kendall Rae Johnson the amazing 8-year-old along with her mother Ursula present the story of how 6-year-old Kendall became the youngest certified farmer in the State of Georgia. They will give tips on growing your own edible garden for urban to suburban gardens.
aGROWKulture pronounced as (ay, grō /ˈkəlCHər/), is the first urban farm located in the soul of Southwest Atlanta specializing in ag-education within conservation and sustainability. It's owned by "The Youngest Certified Farmer In the state of Georgia" Kendall Rae Johnson and operated by her mom and dad.
This program is inspired by the portrait of Alice Waters, an American chef famous for her role in creating the farm-to-table restaurant movement, and founder of the Edible Schoolyard Project, an organization dedicated to the transformation of public education by using organic school gardens, kitchens, and cafeterias to teach both academic subjects and the values of nourishment, stewardship, and community, in the ICONS, Selections from The Portrait Unbound, Photography by Robert Weingarten currently on display.

Although this is a free public program for children, donations are greatly appreciated and can be made during registration. Pre-registration is optional, but highly recommended to expedite the check-in process.


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