The Rocky Mountain Land Library is a network of land-study centers stretching from the South Platte River's headwaters in South Park, to the metro-Denver plains. Each site is united by the common purpose of connecting people to nature and the land, but each site has something unique to share:
-South Park's Buffalo Peaks Ranch will offer a 50,000 volume natural history library, along with residential living quarters for anyone who would like to experience the quiet and inspiration of a book-lined historic ranch, set on the banks of the South Platte River, and surrounded on all sides by a high mountain landscape.
-The Waterton Canyon Kids & Educators Library. Our 3,000 volume Waterton Canyon Library is a fun and inspirational resource for kids, families, and teachers - often used by many of our partners such as Thorne Nature Experience, Denver Water, Audubon Society of Greater Denver, and the Denver Botanic Gardens. As with our Buffalo Peaks Ranch site, the Waterton Canyon Library is located on the banks of the South Platte River, right where the foothills give way to the plains.
- Globeville, the Land Library's inner-city site along the South Platte River, featuring thousands of books, and offering classes, workshops, and space for meetings and community gatherings.