Sixty librarians from around Illinois met at Chicago’s Field Museum October 22 to discuss how they could better help their communities go green.
The workshop kicked off the Illinois Library Association’s year-long Go Green @ your Illinois Library program, which aims to develop a group of librarians committed to environmental awareness.
“It’s about libraries holding the conversation in their communities about sustainability,” said Denise Raleigh, director of marketing, development, and communications at Gail Borden Public Library in Elgin. “Libraries already connect people to resources; this is about connecting people to each other.”
Find out more here: http://gogreenila.info/