The economies of scale that small and rural libraries must climb may at times feel impossibly steep. How, then, can they manage to incorporate EDI measures? Using data to drive library services, collection development, and programming can empower small and rural libraries to make the most out of their budgets, and time. By cultivating and leveraging partnerships, libraries can foster community building while sustainably meeting objectives. In networking and advocating for rural librarianship, small and rural libraries can ensure the broader LIS community can better understand and support small and rural libraries. Key takeaways include aligning services and programs with community needs, equitable representation in collection development, strengthening professional LIS relationships, and growing successful community partnerships that become more than the sum of their parts.