California’s First Vegetable Garden Behind Bars

California’s First Vegetable Garden Behind Bars
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Larissa Hayden
  • 5 march 2009

The Insight Garden Program has been teaching inmates at the San Quentin Prison in San Francisco, CA gardening skills since 2002. With about 40 of the 1,000 male prisoners enrolled, the program hopes to give inmates a vocational skill that they can later use to get a job in addition to providing them with a spiritual outlet.

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