KCTS 9 Connects/Green Prison Reform - January 21, 2011

Green Prison Reform - January 21, 2011
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Green Prison Reform

A look into the prison reform program that teach inmates about sustainability.

About the Episode

About the Episode

It started as a project to have inmates at Cedar Creek prison (Littlerock, Washington) grow moss, but now the Sustainable Prisons Project has expanded to four Washington state prisons – teaching inmates about sustainability, and helping prisons implement sustainable practices that save money. In this follow-up to a story we first brought you in 2010, Producer Lesley McClurg goes inside the women’s prison in Purdy, where the program is helping local inmates turn their lives around behind bars.

Chapter 1: Green Prison Reform

Chapter 2: Merchant Marines

Chapter 3: Seattle's Trail of Trash

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