Indiana farmer Jonathan Lawler decided last spring to turn a chunk of his livelihood into a nonprofit, with the goal to feed the community. Brandywine Creek Farms was a leap of faith, but its yield is poised to touch all corners of Central Indiana.
Now, he has partnered with two local hospitals to take his farm on the road. The Rolling Harvest Food Truck, sponsored by Community Health Network, will take fresh, locally produced food into communities where it is scarce. It will be offered at little to no cost to those it aims to serve.
The 30-foot trailer packed with 6,000 to 7,000 pounds of fresh produce harvested at Lawler's Greenfield farm will make weekly (or more frequent) stops at four locations.
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