Starting in May 2010, the Travis County Jail has been growing an organic vegetable garden - and, as you can guess, is tended by the inmates. The work assignment is popular and the inmates enjoy seeing the fruits of their labor - as well was eating those fruits. In its first year, the garden has produced several tons of fruits & vegetables, including pumpkins, radishes, beets, broccoli, peas, spinach, carrots, winter peas, mustard and collard greens. From the Sheriff's office, I interviewed Pete Trotman of the Marketable Skills Program and Sgt. Dianne Bratchett, who oversees the kitchen. All the produce is consumed by inmates but starting this year, when the garden triples, any leftovers will go to the Capital Area Food Bank.