US (UT): Teaching children hydroponics in a library

For centuries, libraries have been centers of learning and helped shape cultures around the world. Today, with the digital revolution in full force, many libraries are reinventing themselves. In one library in a tiny Utah town, Parowan, the seeds have been planted to help teach, feed, and grow their community, one child at a time, with hydroponics, using the Sananbio growing system.

This video is the story of Parowan Library's reinvention from a regular library to one that alleviates food deserts and inspires the community to protect the planet and lead healthy lives.

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