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This Colorado library lets patrons check out packets of seeds

04 Feb

Read the full story at Grist.

In these computer-obsessed days, when books are falling out of favor, libraries are getting more creative. They’re getting in on e-readers, letting kids borrow dolls, and helping patrons garden by lending out packets of seeds.

Yes, lending. Borrowers can’t exactly grow seeds and return the exact same ones, but this library in Colorado has figured out a way around that fact of life.

NPR originally reported the story.

 

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Posted by on February 4, 2013 in Agriculture, Green lifestyle, Libraries

 

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