LOWELL, Mich. (WZZM) -- At the Wittenbach Wege Center, students are excited to show the results of all their hard work. All summer long, they've been learning about plants by growing their own garden.
Recently, their garden disappeared but the cause wasn't a drought, it was a thief.
Thursday, students planned to bring their produce to market and the profits would support their program. With their plans and produce uprooted, they have less to bring to market.
As students price what's left their lesson has become less about plants and more about respect.
As for the thief, they have one request: An apology.
The children sell their vegetables to support their program for next year. If you'd like to make up for their stolen veggies and donate, click HERE.