A variety of winter and holiday themed art as well as unique furniture created by trustees in the Fostering A Recovery Mentality (F.A.R.M) program will be on display and for sale at the Starke County Justice Center this Saturday!Continue reading
The Starke County F.A.R.M. program has a variety of new items for the community to check out during their June sale this Saturday.Continue reading
The Starke County Justice Center will host their first F.A.R.M. Sale of the year this weekend, just in time for you to find the perfect Mother’s Day gift.
The event will be held from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m. on Saturday, May 11th.Continue reading
The Starke County Justice Center’s F.A.R.M. program will be hosting their final sale of the year this Saturday.
Community members are invited to come to the Starke County Justice Center on December 8th from 10 a.m. until 1 p.m. to see if they can find the perfect decoration or Christmas present. Continue reading
The first ever Starke County Sheriff’s Department ‘Howl-oween Fall Fest’ was a huge success.
Sheriff Bill Dulin reported that more 500 Starke County kids and adults stopped by the Justice Center on Saturday. Continue reading
Community members are invited to attend the opening day of the Starke County Justice Center Farm Stand this Saturday.
Therapeutic Community Coordinator and Jail Warden Phill Cherry said the stand will be set up tomorrow from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m. in front of the Justice Center, located on State Road 8. Continue reading
The garden at the Starke County Justice Center has quadrupled in size compared to last year thanks to the dedicated efforts of jail staff and the trustees who participate in the Fostering a Recovery Mentality or F.A.R.M. Program. Continue reading
According to Starke County Sheriff Bill Dulin, more than 30 jail inmates recently started a gardening class instructed by Starke County Purdue Extension Educator Phil Woolery.
Sheriff Dulin shared that a total of 32 inmates will be attending the month-long class where Woolery will teach lessons about agriculture, horticulture and other skills related to botany.
He said the “green thumb” gardening class is a part of a Starke County Jail program called F.A.R.M., which is an acronym that stands for Focusing A Recovery Mindset. Continue reading
The Starke County Sheriff’s Office is in the running for an award from the Indiana Department of Correction for an innovative new program. The inaugural jail garden, known as the Starke County F.A.R.M. is nominated for a People’s Choice Award from the Cultivating Community Gardens with the I.D.O.C. program. Continue reading