Library Love
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"Library Love" centers libraries as places of evolving insight about climate change, seed farming, and the natural world.

Social Infrastructure Is What Love Looks Like in Public (Mai Ishikawa Sutton) considers what it means to shut library doors when temperatures rise.

Leading with Slow Craft (Nate Hill) pairs non-profit work with artistic craft as a way to understand the micro and macro scales of problems and solutions.

Changing Soft Adaptation Limits, Seed By Seed (Daniela Soleri, Rebecca Newburn, Nate Kleinman, Mary K Johnson, Hayden Kesterson, Nick P Wrenn) brings together gardener and farmer activists to explain how they are working towards changing the soft adaptation limits of conventional food systems, seed by seed.