Teaching About Food & Gardening In Corrections

10 Aug 2018
4-5:30pm
Franklin Patterson Hall 105

Teaching About Food & Gardening In Corrections

In this workshop participants will develop a basic understanding of the incarceration system in the United States, the logistics of running a food production program in a jail, the structures that a jail garden teacher navigates, the importance of trauma informed care and the mutual benefits gained by incarcerated participants and instructors.

Tony Hall, Garden Program Coordinator at Franklin County House of Corrections, and owns MA Artisan Foods.
Angela Roell, Teaches at University of Massachusetts and Franklin County House of Corrections, owns Yard Birds Farm.