Green-fingered youngsters from a Walsall school are learning how to grow organic veg using cannabis-cultivating equipment seized by police.
The cannabis disposal team has donated soil and pots to enable Edgar Stammers School to have its own vegetable and plant plots this year.
It is one of more than 30 community projects to benefit from gardening equipment which has been seized from cannabis factories in just over 12 months.
The team is keen to ensure recovered items such as watering cans, garden canes and pots can be used productively to help others in a world far away from crime rather than go to waste.
This has also led to around five tonnes of soil being handed over to assist community projects since last January.
Those taking advantage of the force’s donations have included schools , community centres and sports clubs.
Edgar Stammers in Harden received the…