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    Kennebec County Correctional Facility inmates Ronald Moody II, left, and Anthony Williams pick potatoes in Augusta. Food grown by the Kennebec’s Restorative Community Harvest program is donated to schools and food banks.

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    Kennebec County Correctional Facility inmate Anthony Williams picks potatoes as part of the program that teaches inmates to farm and donates the harvest to schools and the needy.

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    Corrections Officer Michael Gagnon pulls a potato digger attachment behind a tractor at the garden.

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    Kennebec County Correctional Facility inmate Anthony Williams picks potatoes.

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    Kennebec County Correctional Facility inmates Anthony Williams, left, Rodney Hall, center, and Ronald Moody II pour buckets of potatoes they'd picked into a crate in Augusta.

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    A Kennebec County Correctional Facility inmate pours out a bucket of potatoes.

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    The potatoes grown by Kennebec County jail inmates are cut up to be used in mashed potatoes at the Cohen Center in Hallowell.

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    Kennebec County Correctional Facility inmate Anthony Williams loads squash into boxes at The Cohen Center in Hallowell. Kitchen staff at the center will peel, chop and freeze the squash, grown by inmates, that will be used in schools.

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    Nutrition assistant Priscilla Pushard cuts up butternut squash that was grown by Kennebec County jail inmates. The squash chunks were going to be cooked and frozen in four-pound packages.

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