OKLAHOMA CITY — A gift to the needy may not seem like much, but Oklahoma State University food bank director Dan Knorr says it’s a good thing for the state’s economy.
It’s a way to say to the people who don’t have a vehicle, you have access to this service, he said.
It is an economic lifeline for the people of Oklahoma, and we can’t afford not to provide it.
We’re just doing it to make sure the people have a little bit of income in this economy.
“The gift is just one of several small donations made by Knorr, who oversees the Oklahoma State vegetable and fruit garden program, which includes more than 40,000 acres of vegetable gardens.
Knorr said the garden is a way for people to get out and enjoy the outdoors, especially if they don’t live in Oklahoma.
He said he believes that the garden helps people get back to their communities and create jobs, a theme that was echoed by many of the recipients.
He said the idea of the garden came from the fact that many people have to drive miles to get to their favorite grocery store.”
But if you don’t drive to get your vegetables, you can’t buy them. If you don