The Rocky Mountain Land Library’s inner-city site is located in Denver’s Globeville neighborhood. With thousands of books as an inspiring resource our Globeville branch has hosted workshops, Kids events, classes, book clubs, neighborhood gatherings, and field classes along the South Platte trail.
Our Globeville resources and programs reflect two strong themes have emerged over the course of our first three years on Washington Street: nature in the city, and living lighter on the land.
“Bird, bee, bug, beast and botany books are abundant enough to populate their own sections. The Rocky Mountains are well represented, but then so is every range on the planet. “ I had to actually see the books to believe it, ‘ said John Calderazzo, a Colorado State University English professor and nature writer, “It’s the best nature library I know of
anywhere.”” —Denver Post, February 20, 2012