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Backyard Chicken Talk

Backyard Chicken Talk

Sat Jul 09, 2022

Backyard Chicken Talk

Time Sat Jul 09 2022 at 02:00 pm to 03:30 pm

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Sweet Peas Urban Gardens, 107 St. Mary's Street, Garner, United States

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Backyard Chicken Talk, 9 July | Event in Garner | Backyard Chicken Talk
Learn the basics of keeping backyard chickens!

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Backyard chicken eggs are delicious and nutritious, thier poop is a great addition to your compost pile, and they are endless fun and entertainment! 

If you are interested in getting chickens but are unsure how to begin, or if you already have chickens and have some questions you would like to ask a seasoned chicken owner please join us for our Backyard Chicken Talk!

We will have our very own Tami Purdue, an experienced chicken owner, to talk about the basics of keeping backyard chickens such as tips on keeping your chickens safe from pedators, daily care, coop maintanence and anything else you may be curious about. This will be a discussion-style talk, so come ready with any questions you may have!

You will aslo get to meet the Sweet Peas Urban Gardens chickens! 

We hope to see you there!

This event will be held outside so please dress accordingly.


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Sweet Peas Urban Gardens is an urban farm at the forefront of innovative climate resilient modes of vertical indoor agriculture. We produce organic microgreens, baby leafy greens, edible flowers and mushrooms in compact urban and peri-urban indoor spaces. Owned and operated by women and minorities, the Business recognizes that accelerating forces of climate change and environmental costs of industrial farming have diminished the extent and productivity of arable land, and pose unprecedented environmental, economic and health risks. Globalization and delocalization of existing food supply chains are unable to adequately respond to concerns about the net carbon footprint, diminishing nutrition, and health safety concerns of industrially produced food. The social, environmental and economic costs of industrial farming are borne by taxpayers and consumers, making existing food systems unsustainable. Increasing public awareness of these problems has dramatically increased demand for foods produced and distributed by alternative food systems. Sweet Peas is proud to partner with the Well Fed Community Garden in 2020 in an effort to continue the mission of growing organic fruites and vegetables for our neighbors and the Raleigh community at large.
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Sat Jul 09 2022 at 02:00 pm to 03:30 pm
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Sweet Peas Urban Gardens, 107 St. Mary's Street, Garner, United States


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