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Coconut Resources

My father suggested I learn more about farming coconuts, since it is part of my culture. Could we get a book about it?

Thanks for your question. I’ll pass the suggestion along to Peggy Dominy, our reference librarian for math and science. If you want help finding information to answer specific questions about the science of coconut farming, you can get in touch with Peggy directly for personalized assistance.

If you’re more interested in the history or social sciences of coconut farming in your culture, you can be in touch with Larry Milliken, our librarian for humanities and social sciences. Both Peggy and Larry are passionate about their subjects, and, like any librarian, they are also passionate about helping people find the information they need or want. So get in touch—they’d love to hear from you.

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