Article Photos: Inmate gardens are sprouting savings for Oklahoma sheriffs 4/6

Inmate Michael Borden throws a shovelful of dirt as fellow inmate Michael lee works in the garden, background.  The Oklahoma County Sheriff's Office has started the groundwork for a garden  project that involves inmate labor. Sheriff John Whetsel said county jail inmates will tend the garden which is behind the department's  substation at SE 29 and Midwest Blvd. in Midwest City. Whetsel said crops will be rotated so that the garden can be productive most of the year. <strong>JIM BECKEL - THE OKLAHOMAN</strong>