Several years ago, the Northern Onondaga Public Library in Cicero, N.Y., was in an envious predicament: It owned some land and didn’t know what to do with it. While another library might have built a new wing on the half-acre parcel, or sold it to raise money for more programming, the Cicero branch put it to the community to decide. What did the people ask for? A farm.
So in 2010, the land was cleared, and Library Farm was born.
Read more here and find out why this place is an absolute dream.