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• The county’s jail horticulture program, which involves the sheriff’s office and Utah State University’s Extension Office, raised more than two tons of produce, donating 700 pounds to Utah Food Bank. Another 600 pumpkins were delivered to Hartvigsen School for children with disabilities and the Utah School for the Deaf and Blind.
• 40 inmates received "Excellence in Gardening" certificates from USU.
Commercial farming, urban agriculture, community gardens » Julie Peck-Dabling, Salt Lake County Open Space & Urban Farming Program director, firstname.lastname@example.org, 385-468-1811
Biofuel Feedstock Program » Dallas Hanks, director of agronomic and woody biofuels, Utah State University, email@example.com, 801-468-3184
Jail Horticulture Program » Katie Wagner, USU Extension Service, firstname.lastname@example.org, 385-468-4826
Sustainability Garden » Pete Kuennemann, County Health Department specialist, email@example.com, 385-468-3883
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