Karen Snook on Little Things

little-thingsCalifornia Farm Helps Struggling Students By Bonding With Animals, August 2016

“I grew up on a dead end street, and every night, all the kids got together to play tag or catch fireflies. I remember my childhood very fondly, and I can always think back on it and smile.”

“But sometimes, when kids are surrounded by unhealthy activities in their neighborhood, like gang violence or drug use, there can be very little hope for a way out.”

“Karen Snook, now Executive Director at the Kindred Spirits Care Farm, realized that after 20 years in the corporate world, she needed to follow her heart.”

Read the whole article, California Farm Helps Struggling Students By Bonding With Animal here.

Learn more about Karen Snook, here.

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