From September 19 – 22, 2016, A Growing Culture together with KEA hosted a gathering of 45 invited participants in the remote central Ugandan farming village of Kasejjere. We came together in this small, rural village to discuss how we can best create a resource that supports our agrarian communities and represents our values of always putting farmer realities first. The meeting took place on a hillside surrounded by communities actively experimenting and taking charge of their own future. The following report will detail many of the conversations, stories, and presentations in areas of farmer needs and priorities, information and technology access, documentation styles, content, roles, and library governance as they were brought forward through the agenda. While put together as a reference for the participants, this report is useful to stakeholders who were unable to attend in person. All workshop sections are summarized in a narrative and further notes can be found in the appendices.