89-year-old Bob Buker has been working on his farm in Vancouver, Washington, his entire life. The historic farm has been in the family since 1883 -- and has impacted the community in a big way for many years by producing tons of corn, which get donated to a local food bank.
Last year, the 10-acre farm donated seven-and-a-half tons of corn to the Clark County Food Bank. And this year, Bob believes the harvest will be even bigger.
Friends and neighbors -- as well as some newcomers -- pitch in each summer to pick the corn.
Thanks to their hard work and generosity, this delicious fresh produce ends up being enjoyed by those who need it most.