Widening his charity: Jonathan Lawler, a farmer near Greenfield, Indiana, has converted his small for-profit farm to a community-supported nonprofit, and hopes to distribute 500,000 pounds to the local food bank and other programs. He doesn’t need the income from the 36-acre farm, so he is switching from commodity grains and mobilizing volunteers to raise “people food” instead. (Michael McEldowney/The Indianapolis Star)

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