After being all but left out of COVID relief under Trump, Michigan's 19 Black-owned farms finally are seeing support.
COVID-19 showed possibilities for smaller operations to succeed, though experts skeptical on major industry shift.
Mark Fentress purchased a small plot of land, and then another. Now he grows and sells organic produce in the heart of Detroit.
"TC" Collins first learned about farming as a toddler. Life has brought him full-circle to share knowledge with future generations.
Devon Wilson learned about farming, produce, and nutrition from a local nonprofit organization. Then, he started his own to help even more people.
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