CSA Offers Second Chance

Supermarket retail consultant and restaurateur Howard Solganik has launched a program that puts ex-offenders to work helping area farmers an endeavor that already has helped increase the supply of local, seasonal produce accessible to consumers. Called the TransPlant Project, it has matched up pre-screened ex-offenders this summer with another Solganik project, the Farm 2 Fork Fresh Community

DAYTON, Ohio — Supermarket retail consultant and restaurateur Howard Solganik has launched a program that puts ex-offenders to work helping area farmers — an endeavor that already has helped increase the supply of local, seasonal produce accessible to consumers.

Called the TransPlant Project, it has matched up pre-screened ex-offenders

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