I know it doesn't sound like much, but having access to those tools means real things. We can make ourselves a home; a place we feel comfortable in that we belong to. Going back and forth to MUD we met other people, people with good advice about putting up a hanging mirror or where to go fix your bike. We got to feed the chickens and pull a few choice items from the garden, or just have a place to rest a while and chat with other folks before biking home.
Knowing there's an organization like MUD means there's people in this town looking out for each other, trying to make a common and collected go of it. I've felt more at home, more a part, of Missoula than most places I've lived because of that quality. You see it in MUD, the organization embodies community. It houses it, gives it a center.
I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...
Fostering community, providing access to tools to low income folks, practicing practical sustainability.
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If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...
Have the tool library be open more hours in the week. Give them more money for tool maintenance and replacement.
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