Land Library Newsletters

For more on the Rocky Mountain Land Library, and our Headwaters to Plains Network, here is an archive of our past newsletters.

You can also sign up for our email newsletters here.

As you will see, the Land Library has always been the work of many generous hands. Please join us!

Winter 2015/2016 Newsletter 

Winter 2014/2015 Newsletter

Winter 2013/2014 Newsletter

2010 Newsletter

2009 Newsletter

The Lambing Barn at Buffalo Peaks Ranch, along the Middle Fork of the South Platte River. (photo by Berry Oliver)

The Lambing Barn at Buffalo Peaks Ranch, along the Middle Fork of the South Platte River. (photo by Berry Oliver)

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14 thoughts on “Land Library Newsletters

  1. I just read the article in the NYT, and can’t believe the beauty of this project. I want to help in any way. Just sent you a donation !

  2. love this idea. My husband has been collecting books on may subjects since the early 60’s. Roman Law, Buddhism, Gnostics, hindu, Islam. History all types. We no longer have the room. So we are giving away what books he let go of to all friends, neighbors and their friends and neighbors. I hope this land library works.

    • Thanks Charles — and we have you on our contact list! Sorry for our slow reply. We’ve been swimming upstream after the NY Times article — such a warm positive response from across the country — I’m glad we’ve connected!

  3. Land Library, thank you so much for realizing this incredible idea. I’d also love to know more about this organization and if there are opportunities for volunteering. Could you add me to your mailing list?

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