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Tucson's seed library fosters food sovereignty in a desert
by Maya L. Kapoor
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22 September 2017
On 22 September 2017 High Country News reported:
In front of the Joel D. Valdez Main Library in Tucson, Arizona, patrons can claim round concrete landscaping beds for free and create their own gardens with seeds from the library's seed collection. The idea for a seed library came from sellers at a local farmers' market; librarians quickly realized they already had the infrastructure in place. What's more, Tucson is home to Native Seeds/SEARCH, a globally known regional seed saving organization that specializes in conserving and sharing desert-adapted landraces.
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