The other day I came home from the grocery store to find my worm farmer out in backyard, telling our two-month-old baby boy all about sugar snap peas. They were comparing the three beds where the peas were growing, and noted how a couple of the plants had already started to send out tendrils to wrap around the trellis. They also noticed that the onions Big Brother Levi had planted the weekend prior were already sprouting. That was good news to share with Mama!
I am in Laveen, 1 1/2 miles south of Baseline Rd off 51 Ave. Having too many dairy goats I have plenty of compost. Some that is in pens is up to 8 inches deep and composted ready to go into gardens. Honestly there is quite a lot of it available. There is also loose that is composted to be raked up. I also have an old chicken run, the chickens have not added to it in 6 months now that they are free…Continue
Poultry education day in Chandler. Join us for an absolutely free day of information regarding the following topics: disease control, predator control, bird health & nutrition, safe egg handling and state regulations. See flyer attached for more information about this event or call 800-729-5787 to register.…Continue
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is there any prep for them to be milled?is there a certin quantity before they can be milled?...........thankyou
I am organizing a Food Day fair on October 24 at Phoenix College and am looking for some community members willing to host a table. Talk about urban chickens? container gardens? worms? food sustainability? Any other ideas? Please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I'd like to talk to you. This is a great opportunity for community outreach.