DAYTON, Ohio — Supermarket retail consultant and restaurateur Howard Solganik has launched a program that puts ex-offenders to work helping area farmers — an endeavor that already has helped increase the supply of local, seasonal produce accessible to consumers. Called the TransPlant Project, it has matched up pre-screened ex-offenders this summer with another Solganik project, the Farm 2 Fork Fresh Community Supported Agriculture group, which has a partnership with Dorothy Lane Market ...

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