When farmer Johnathan Lawler discovered his son's friend was hungry, and relying on the food pantry, he knew he had to do something.
"If you were to drive to his school from here, you would do nothing but pass farms. And there is a kid that's hungry there. That made no sense to me."
Lawler decided to convert his farm into a non-profit, with the hope of donating 500,000 pounds of food in the first year.
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