US (OK): PSO donates $100k to Food on the Move's 'hydroponic aquaponic urban farm'

Public Service Company of Oklahoma (PSO) donated $100,000 to Food on the Move on August 17. Food on the Move is a non-profit that provides food for Tulsans in need. Since 2014 its mission has been to end food deserts in Tulsa.

For residents of north Tulsa, there isn't a grocery store for more than three miles, which can be challenging when one doesn't have transportation. Food on the Move is working to change that for Tulsans impacted.

"We had a presentation today for our urban farm," said Kevin Harper, President and CEO of Food on the Move. "They give us a $100,000 check. It's for the urban farm that will grow over 150,000 pounds of food every year and to be able to help just get fresh produce into the community."

PSO President and Chief Operating Officer Leigh Anne Strahler, "We look forward to seeing the Urban Farm flourish and serve the community."


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