A new law that takes effect Wednesday will turn more Minnesota prisoners into gardeners.

The law requires correctional facilities to start gardens if space and security allow. Inmates will grow fruits and vegetables, and donate what they don’t eat to local food shelves. The gardens will be modeled after one that already exists at the Red Wing correctional facility. Above, Jeremy Buschman, left, and Cory Schilling tend to weeds in the garden.

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