RESOURCES

 

BIBLIOGRAPHY

Larisa Epatko,"Cultivating the land to turn over a new leaf," PBS NewsHour, August 13, 2014:http://www.pbs.org/newshour/updates/cultivating-land-to-turn-over-new-leaf/

 

 

Bob Collins, “Gardening Goes to Prison,” Minnesota Public Radio, April 2, 2012

 

 

Patricia Leigh Brown, “Bayview-Hunters Point Teenagers Learn Life Skills From Nature,” Huffington Post and California Watch September 12, 2011

 

 

Leigh Cuen, “SF’s Garden Project Addresses Dual Problem of Crime and Food Security,” Earth Island Journal (2011)

 

 

Berit Anderson, “Update: Post-Prison Garden Project Grows Earth Stewards,” September 25, 2010

 

 

Tom Hillard, The Future of Nature: Writing on a Human Ecology from Orion Magazine (2010)

 

 

Horticulture Society of New York, Growing in the Garden: A Curriculum for Practicing Horticulture with Incarcerated Individuals (2010)

 

 

Noteworthy News Channel, “Shining World Leadership Segment,” 2010:

 

 

Sharlyn Hidalgo, The Healing Power of Trees: Spiritual Journeys Through the Celtic Tree Calendar (2010)

 

Janet A. Flammang, The Taste for Civilization: Food, Politics, and Civil Society (2009)

 

René Van Veenhuizen, Cities Farming for the Future: Urban Agriculture for Green and Productive Cities (2006)

 

National Gardening Association Newsletter, October 2006

 

 

H. Patricia Hynes, Patch of Eden – America’s Inner City Gardens (2006)

 

 

James Jiler, “Restoring Lives, Transforming Landscapes” (2006)

 

 

Patricia Dines, “Reweaving Community; Rejoining the Cycle of Life ,” The Organic Guide to Sonoma, Napa, and Mendocino Counties (2005)

 

Cathrine Sneed, “Seeds of Change: A Prison Garden Program,” YES Magazine, September 30, 2000

 

 

Sheriff Michael Hennessey, “The Dirt on Stopping Crime,” The San Francisco Chronicle, June 29, 1999:

 

 

Don Snyder, A Place to Grow: Voices and Images of Urban Gardeners (1999)

 

American Jails, Report on the Nation’s Recidivism Rates, May/June 1996

 

AP News, “USDA Pays $47,000 to Promote SF Jail Gardens,” May 30, 1996

 

 

Julia Ahlers, Barbara Allaire, Carl Koch, Growing in Christian Morality (1996)

 

E.F. Shumacher Society Lecture by Cathrine Sneed (1995):

 

 

US Department of Justice – Proceedings of the National Forum on Creating Jail Mental Health Services for Tomorrow’s Health Care Systems (1994)

 

 

Christian Science Monitor, “Light, Air, and an Organic Garden Inspire the Artist for a Jail Project,” 1993:

 

Jane Ayres, “Nurturing New Lives,” Chicago Tribune, October 04, 1992

 

 

Jane Gross, “A Jail Garden's Harvest: Hope and Redemption,” September 3, 1992

 

 

Ruth Reichl, “Growing Food and Changing the World,” Los Angeles Times, July 30, 1992

 


 

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