This infographic below (from Care2.com but created by Goodtobehome) could be a fun resource to hang in your library or use to start a garden with your school, public library community or campus. OR, use this example as a template to create one of your own for your area. Note that the infographic is for a zone in Great Britain so it might not correlate directly to your area. But some things I like about this are the visual display of companion plantings, the “did you know” section or tips, and even the planting legend and chart showing spacing, propagation, etc.
Being the heart of growing season, looking into the latest in seed lending libraries, I had no idea how fast they were growing too! This seed libraries website explains what seed lending libraries are all about, as well as a ton of resources to help you start your own. Check out their sister libraries page that lists by state the 340 seed lending libraries that (they know) exist! Does your state or area have one? If not, you have tools and a network of people to support you in starting one yourself. Don’t forget to LIKE them on Facebook as well
Looking to print a website (“greener”) without wasting paper and ink on all the unnecessary pages and formatting? Try this web-based tool called PrintFriendly. You can print almost any website by simply pasting the URL on the Printfriendly website, or email the page to yourself, or print to PDF as well.
TIP: As suggested by the Tech Bits column in C&RL News June 2014 (brought to you by ACRL ULS Technology in University Libraries Committee) this tool “…could be a powerful visual tool for librarians to compare website content and reliability during instruction” (- Jaki King)
Check out the slides here: SustainRTpresentation