Daniel Bowman Simon, 28, and Casey Gustowarow, 27, are driving around what has to be the coolest converted school bus in order to gain support for TheWhoFarm.

TheWhoFarm (aka The White House Organic Farm Project) is a non-partisan, petition-based initiative to respectfully request that our 44th president oversee the planting of an organic farm on the grounds of the White House, our nation’s First Home, at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave., Washington, D.C.
Their bus is two school buses fused together with an organic edible garden on the roof. Bowman and Gustowarow believe that if they can grow food going 60 miles an hour, it should be “a no brainer” for food to be grown on the White House lawn.

As they drive their bus around the country looking for support, they are documenting much of their trip on video and putting it on YouTube. This particular video explains who they are and what their goal is.

Also on MNN:

• Read part one of this conversation.

Robin Shreeves ( @rshreeves ) focuses on food from a family perspective from her home base in New Jersey.

From video to victory garden, part 2
Environmentalists and foodies are calling for an organic garden at the White House and using videos to champion their cause.