Growing Food, Plants & People

With less than 5% of the world’s population, our country houses 22% of its prisoners. Would that change if ex-convicts had steady access to dignified, fairly-paid work? Two groups that train hard-time prisoners to grow food and to start and run plant-centered businesses are changing the future for ex-convicts and beginning to change the shameful statistics.

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One Response to “Growing Food, Plants & People”

  1. Diane M Eggleston
    May 28. 2017 at 19:48

    I am very impressed with the variety of programs you are linked with and many of those are very much part of my visions and passions. I am learning a lot of the immense difference that can be initiated with ‘connections’ plus following up with research and then devotion.

    Thank you for your work, and I hope to be able to support you soon, very soon. Diane Eggleston

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