Social and Ecological Infrastructure for Recidivism Reduction Conference
Co-convened by the Initiative for Community Justice & Engaged Pedagogy at Boston College and Yale School of the Environment
Supported by a grant from the National Science Foundation
A multi-day conference with researchers and practitioners exploring the intersection of societal and ecological solutions to reduce recidivism through plenary sessions and workshops. This entirely virtual event is free and open to the public.
This national conference will convene researchers, practitioners, community leaders, and policy makers who work at the intersection of correctional programs, community-based interventions and ecological sustainability. Together we will learn, connect, recharge, and plan.
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Which events do you plan to attend?
Mar 18 - Welcome & Intro, Insight Garden Program, Restoration Not Incarceration, Workshop on Implementing Empowering Environmental Education in Prison and Jail Settings
Mar 19 - Sustainability in Prisons Project, Gardening Inside and Out, Workshop on Designing Local FoodPprograms in Jails & Prisons
Mar 20 - Gardening in Carceral Settings across the U.S., Social and Ecological Impacts of the Prison Food Experience, Workshop on Creating Responsive Therapeutic Places to Improve Wellbeing
Mar 23 - Urban Wood Project, An Unlikely Partnership
Mar 30 - Perspectives on Prison gardens, Agriculture and Food Justice, Aquaponics in Corrections
Apr 6 - Security to Sustainability, Correctional Conservation Collaborative
Apr 13 - On Being Human, Gardens and Sustainability Within and Beyond Prison
Apr 20 - Bars without Barriers Prison Outreach, Workshop on Next Steps
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