The following appeared in the “Homes & Gardening” section of the Star Tribune on March 21, 2021.
Roseville nurse and her plant sales support a school that is raising a nation in Tanzania.
By Rohan Preston Star Tribune
In January 2017, Bethany Husby traveled with her family to Tanzania for a safari vacation that doubled as her 55th birthday celebration. Besides bonding and quality time, the group hoped to see and photograph lions, rhinos and giraffes.
But capturing charismatic megafauna was far from Husby’s only indelible experience. As she was buying stamps for a postcard to send back to America, Husby struck up a conversation with the sales clerk, a shy young man about the age of one of her three sons, who was bursting with educational dreams.Read More