Apples, raspberries, cabbage, blackberries, and tomatoes grow here. Milwaukee public school students are constantly stopping by the farm and learning how to grow fruits and vegetables.
Shoving raspberries in my mouth, I saw a student approach me. “What is that?” he asked.
“A raspberry. Here, try one!” How in the world had he never had a raspberry? I handed him one. Students began to gather around me, fascinated by the foreign fruit. The plant's branches were bare within seconds. None had ever even seen a raspberry. How? Why?
Even the littlest things like a raspberry can change your outlook. These children had never even seen a raspberry, while I've been eating them my whole life.
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