Gwinnett County Jail's gadening program
The Gwinnett County Sheriff’s Office has started a garden for the inmates at their correctional facility. Inmates have begun planting seeds and officials hope the skills learned will be useful to the ladies once they are released. The idea sprung up after the county couldn’t afford to keep its recycling bank open which had previously helped to occupy their time. Volunteers will teach inmates the science and skills behind gardening. The produce will be donated to local shelters.