Teaching About Food & Gardening In Corrections

12 Aug 2018
8-9:30am
FPH 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.