Pinefield Garden Club Presents Working With Incarcerated People To Teach Horticulture/Gardening

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FRAMINGHAM – The Pinefield Garden Club of Framingham will present a program titled “Working with Incarcerated People to Teach Horticulture/Gardening” on March 9 at St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church Hall.

The public is invited to the hour-long free program, which starts at 7:45 p.m. at 3 Maple Street. The hall is handicapped accessible. 

Erin Espinoza from the The New Garden Society of Boston will present.

The New Garden Society of Boston transforms prison yards into beautiful productive gardens that bring hope and healing to incarcerated adults and youth.

The prison gardens in Boston and Greater Boston serve as a vocational training tool and an escape from the mental pressures of incarceration.

In this presentation, The New Garden Society discusses educational approaches to teaching horticulture in a correctional setting and their process for designing therapeutic gardens. 


This program is presented through a grant from the Framingham Cultural Council.  Appropriate health protocols will be in place. 

For further information/questions, please contact Karen at kalanlte@msn.com

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