DENVER, CO - FEBRUARY 23: Stephen Shoup, left, and Dan Mitchell, right, read books, from a large collection of books, that have been creatively arranged on shelving inside the old Puritan Maid Pie Factory Building at 2612 Champa street on February 23, 2017 in Denver, Colorado. The Rocky Mountain Land Library in South Park spent the summer cleaning up one of the ranch buildings and they are now ready to turn it into a residence. To fund it they have launched a Kickstarter to raise $125,000 for the renovation. The old pie factory, near Curtis Park, will be an extension to the Land Library but in an urban setting. (Photo by Helen H. Richardson/The Denver Post)

Stephen Shoup, left, and Dan Mitchell, right, read from a large collection of books, that have been creatively arranged on shelving inside the old Puritan Maid Pie Factory Building at 2612 Champa street on Feb. 23, 2017 in Denver. The Rocky Mountain Land Library hosted a pop-up event here and has plans to use the pie factory as an urban location in the future. The Land Library’s Kickstarter campaign, which ends April 7, seeks funds for the renovation of a building at Buffalo Peaks Ranch in South Park. The library’s founders hope to provide residential spaces at Buffalo Peaks Ranch; in their plans, each building has its own library of natural history volumes and other books tied to the land. 
Allie Vostrejs reads a book out of a large collection of books that have been creatively arranged on shelving inside the old Puritan Maid Pie Factory Building at 2612 Champa …
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