Pine River Library asks, 'What's next?'

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Pine River Library asks, 'What's next?'

After garden, bees, tropical frogs, and more
The community garden at the Pine River Library is lush with vegetables and flowers at this time of year. This is the garden's second season.
Tiny tropical frogs, about the size of a man's thumbnail, are part of a miniature rainforest in the children's section of the Pine River Library. Director Amy Dodson said they started out with five frogs, but there are lots of tadpoles developing.
Library patrons can keep watch on the library's bee hive via the bee cam computer screen in the children's section. The hive is on top of the library's straw-bale garden tool shed.

Pine River Library asks, 'What's next?'

The community garden at the Pine River Library is lush with vegetables and flowers at this time of year. This is the garden's second season.
Tiny tropical frogs, about the size of a man's thumbnail, are part of a miniature rainforest in the children's section of the Pine River Library. Director Amy Dodson said they started out with five frogs, but there are lots of tadpoles developing.
Library patrons can keep watch on the library's bee hive via the bee cam computer screen in the children's section. The hive is on top of the library's straw-bale garden tool shed.
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