Michigan, The Great Lakes State
Surrounded by the great lakes on all but its southern border, Michigan is home to the second most diverse agricultural production in the US.
While not the number one producer of any crop, the state is the number one producer of fruit overall. With harvests mainly of blueberries, cherries, apples, grapes, and peaches. The moderate temperature created by winds off of lake Michigan makes Western Michigan a prime location for most of the fruit production.
While population declines in Detroit have made national news, many other urban areas of Michigan have seen a population decrease, and rural areas, specifically in western & southern Michigan have seen a population increase, unlike the rest of the country.