Kendal Rae Johnson
Today, this 6 year old is the youngest certified farmer in the State of Georgia with a business formation with the state and federal government, she has even obtained her farm and tract ID. Kendall Rae’s love of farming has empowered her to become an advocate and spokesperson for little people across the state of Georgia and beyond. After meeting House Rep. Mandisha Thomas of the 65th district, Kendall joined her with a press release encouraging support of the young farmers programs for kindergarten and high school students in the city of South Fulton, GA.
She has received numerous of media press, print coverage from Good Morning America, The Ellen Degenerous Show, ABC News with David Muir, Nightly News Kids Edition with Lester Holt, CNN, V-103 with Big Tigger Morning Show, The Lily of Washington Post, USA Today, Local Channels (WXIA, WSB-TV, Fox 5 Atlanta). She has acknowledgements from Senator Warnock, Department of Agriculture, Commissioner Gary W. Black, Fulton County Commissioner, Khadijah Abdur-Rahman, House Representative Angela Moore, Georgia Grown, South Fulton Georgia Farm Bureau, Georgia National Women In Agriculture, Mayor William “Bill” Edwards and the City of South Fulton, Georgia.