(click on a title to see the article, if available.)

Davidson, Jill. “Learning and Growing. Hybrid school-community gardens are bridging many gaps.” East Side Monthly July 2013.

“Steal from a Pro.” Organic Gardening April 2009, pp. 34-35.

Kettler, Alan. “Letting Go of the Lawn.” Home Gallery V. 3, Issue 8, 2006:

Kettler, Alan. “Creative Paving in the Garden: Finding Innovative Alternatives to Concrete and Asphalt.” Home Gallery V. 3, Issue 10, 2006:


Espinoza, Ambar. “At Maximum Security Prison, Gardening Gives Inmates a Chance to Grow.” RIPR November 25, 2015.

Chitnis, Christine. “Hidden Garden”, Edible Rhody Magazine. Summer, 2012.

Hill, John. “Program Provides New Outlook.” Providence Journal, August 09, 2012.

Hill, John. “Lifers learn to grow.” Providence Journal, October 31, 2011.

Hill, John. “Lifers learn to grow.” Providence Journal, October 31, 2011, page 2.

Turner, Scott, “A Paean to the Bean of 2011, Providence Journal, 2011.

“Garden Therapy at Max.” RIDOC Review, newsletter of the RI Department of Corrections, Summer 2011.

“Garden programs give inmates hope, future job skills.” New England Grassroots Environmental Fund Website, March 2014.

“Growing Plants and Gratitude Inside Prison Walls: Out and About with AOLCP Kate Lacouture.” NOFA (Northeast Organic Farming Association) Organic Land Care Blog, May 2014


about the ICS GARDEN:

Chitnis, Christine. “Cultivating Curiosity. Students Get the Dirt on Where Their Food Comes From.” Edible Rhody Spring 2010.

“10+ Questions for Kate Lacouture.” The Comm-Post, newsletter of the Children’s Garden Network March 2010.

Steiny, Julia. “A school garden grows bonds between students, learning.” The Providence Journal 5 Oct 2008

“Sun-sational Land & Art Project Grows at the International Charter School.” The Comm Post, newsletter of the Children’s Garden Network Jan 2009

The Spark, News from The Steelyard, Nov 2008


Chitnis, Christine. “Lots of Hope. An Urban Farm Collaboration Takes Root in Providence.” Edible Rhody Fall 2014.