At a time when staying relevant usually implies the incorporation or sharing of some new technology, it’s refreshing to read of libraries that are thinking outside of the (computer) box, like those implementing seed sharing programs.
“Here’s how it works: A library card gets you a packet of seeds. You then grow the fruits and vegetables, harvest the new seeds from the biggest and best, and return those seeds so the library can lend them out to others.
“…seeds and plants should be open to everyone. That makes a public library the perfect home for a seed collection.”