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  • Paul Copeland, founder of Helping Our Own Destiny, aids disadvantaged kids in west Fresno

    Paul Copeland, founder and executive director of Helping Our Own Destiny, or H.O.O.D., is starting a new program to teach kids basic farming and soil science. He is among The Bee's .

Paul Copeland, founder of Helping Our Own Destiny, aids disadvantaged kids in west Fresno

Paul Copeland, founder and executive director of Helping Our Own Destiny, or H.O.O.D., is starting a new program to teach kids basic farming and soil science. He is among The Bee's .
Eric Paul Zamora ezamora@fresnobee.com