Greensboro Public Library Branch as Environmental Center Library

At the recent ALA Annual Conference the Top Innovators were announced by the Urban Libraries Council including one noted for sustainability.  The Greensboro Public Library (NC) Kathleen Clay Edward Library is stated to be the first library to be an Environmental Education Center (according to the article in Library Journal).  This library branch sits on 98-acre Price Park  and includes a bird and butterfly meadowreading gardenwalking trails, ponds, and wetlands and offers extensive collection of nature, gardening, and environmental resources for children and adults. Though their web site is poor the library and area are beautiful, and if you are ever in the Greensboro area, check it out or Like them on Facebook!

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