I wrote a letter to the editor of several rural Ohio newspapers this week explaining about a “church farm” that we’d researched in Neola, Iowa, during Campaign 2000. An area farmer there left his 400-acre farm to St. Patrick’s Church. Every year farmers, and other members of St. Pat’s, pitch in to farm the land (complete with a Fall Harvest Party). The profits go to the church, and to the area needy. The profit the year we were there was approximately $73,000. In an essay for Farming Magazine, I wrote this is truly “a gift that keeps on giving.” For more on our agriculture position in general… Note: Speaking of letters to the editor… We are asking people to send supportive letters-to-the-editor of Ohio newspapers about the campaign, if you would.