CHARITY SEEDS INTERVIEW FOR THE IOWA SOURCE

By Paul Strubell of Dirt Orcas – 4/7/17

I recently did an interview with my father, Kim Strubell. He had just returned from Kenya.

For the last several years he has been building a charity to help install sustainable farms at schools around Kenya.

His cause is named Charity Seeds. It provides students with learning opportunities for specific agricultural methods. These methods will help produce sustainable agriculture in their communities. It also directly offers the students the opportunity to reap the rewards of their own farming methods; The students directly benefiting by having a regular food source at their schools.

Many students in poverty stricken areas of Kenya are forced to leave school at a young age to begin working or search for food out of hunger. The goal of Charity Seeds is to help minimize this struggle and make it easier for students to remain in school. The byproduct of this program is that Kenya’s youth will grow to be well informed agriculturalists and can continue the sustainable practices for generations to come.

You can read my interview here at The Iowa Source and check out CharitySeeds.org to learn more or even donate to help the cause.

4 replies
  1. Terry
    Terry says:

    What a great interview, Paul. I am very proud to be a part of such a wonderful family. I am also proud to be part of Chaity Seeds. When I think of those young faces, it makes me smile. Thanks.

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  2. Robert Pearson
    Robert Pearson says:

    Nice interview Paul. Tell your dad I’ve been following his passionate effort of helping feed and educate those in need. Also tell him that its heartwarming to watch a long ago friend and highschool team mate continue to make a difference!

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  3. Robert Pearson
    Robert Pearson says:

    Nice interview Paul. Tell your dad I’ve been following his passionate cause to feed and educate those in need in areas of the world most needed. Poverty and famine can be erased with education and an extended hand. Also please tell that long lost friend and team mate that relatively few make a real difference…..he’s doing that!

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