This summer, Seattle visual artist Sarah Kavage bought and milled a thousand bushels of wheat, and gave it away to hundreds of people in Chicago—including at homeless shelters and food banks, in a project she calls Industrial Harvest. Her only request is that people nourish someone else with what she gives them, and that they send her a note or a picture telling her how. In addition to being a creative gesture of giving, it's an exploration of the artificially inflated wheat commodities market—which has caused people to go hungry worldwide.

Read all about it here or check out this quick video.