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Tag: Backyard Chickens

CANCELLED – Certification Class as a Handler of Therapy Hens

CANCELLED

Learn all you need to know about therapy chickens and how to create a therapy chicken program from Gwenne Baile, nationally known therapy hen handler. $35/person. Registration ends March 15   Participants must already own chickens. No walk-ins accepted. A follow-up exam is given. Once passed, you will be awarded a certificate as a Certified Handler of Therapy Hens.

CANCELLED – Chicken School–“The Basics of Raising Backyard Chickens in the Suburbs”

CANCELLED

March 24, 2020 “The Basics of Raising Backyard Chickens in the Suburbs” presented by Camden County Chickens and Oaklyn Green Team.  Learn how easy it is to set up a coop, select hens and care for them year-round as well as the legal issues in your town. It is legal in Oaklyn, NJ. This is the required class for towns with pilot programs and new ordinances to be able to get a license. Gwenne Baile, Chair of Camden County Chickens is the presenter.  Oaklyn Fire Department Community Room, 20 W. Clinton Avenue, Oaklyn, NJ. 08107. Cost is $10 per person and pre-registration strongly advised to reserve a seat. Seat limited.  Registration at 6:30 pm and class is 7-9:30 pm. For more  information and to register, email  Gbaile@verizon.net or call 856-816-8508.

 

 

Chicken School–“The Basics of Raising Backyard Chickens in the Suburbs”

Time again for Chicken School. The absolute last class until March, will be held on Sunday afternoon, September 15, 2019 in Haddon Township. YOU MUST PRE-REGISTER AND PAY prior to September 8. Cost is $10 per person and walk-ins are not accepted.

Have you ever considered raising chickens in your backyard?
Gwenne Baile, Chair, of Camden County Chickens and Therapy Hens will teach you how easy and rewarding it is to raise a backyard flock. Learn everything from choosing the r
ight chicks, how not to get a rooster, setting up a predator-proof coop, and keeping your hens happy and healthy year-round. This class is mandatory for most towns where there are new ordinances or pilot programs. It would be good for residents of other towns to attend the class if you’re are looking into modifying existing ordinances. There will be a hen joining us!
Email Gbaile@verizon.net. Sign in at 12:30 pm and class starts promptly at 1PM and ends approximately at 3:30 pm.

Chicken School–“The Basics of Raising Backyard Chickens in the Suburbs”

Time again for Chicken School. The absolute last class until March, will be held on Sunday afternoon, September 15, 2019 in Haddon Township. YOU MUST PRE-REGISTER AND PAY prior to September 8. Cost is $10 per person and walk-ins are not accepted.

Have you ever considered raising chickens in your backyard?
Gwenne Baile, Chair, of Camden County Chickens and Therapy Hens will teach you how easy and rewarding it is to raise a backyard flock. Learn everything from choosing the r
ight chicks, how not to get a rooster, setting up a predator-proof coop, and keeping your hens happy and healthy year-round. This class is mandatory for most towns where there are new ordinances or pilot programs. It would be good for residents of other towns to attend the class if you’re are looking into modifying existing ordinances. There will be a hen joining us!
Email Gbaile@verizon.net. Sign in at 12:30 pm and class starts promptly at 1PM and ends approximately at 3:30 pm.

Sustainable Speakers Series

Please join Sustainable Haddon Heights for our second Sustainable Speakers event! We will be hosting a chicken expert at the Haddon Heights Library!
Meridith Dannenfelser is the Chair of Hens in Heights in Haddon Heights, New Jersey, a community committee dedicated to backyard hen keeping. She is an organic vegetable gardener and hen keeper who is passionate about incorporating sustainability into everyday living.

3rd Annual Green Fair, Farmer’s Market, & Shred Event

Please join Sustainable Monroe Township for our 3rd Annual Green Fair, Farmers Market, & Shred Event!
Sustainable info and activities, Shred Truck, Yoga, renewable energy, electric cars, Community Garden info, habitats, food, music, and more!

Basics of Raising Backyard Chickens in the Suburbs Class

Presented by Camden County Chickens.  Learn how easy it is to set up a predator-proof coop, select hens and not get an unwanted rooster and care for your chickens year-round. Is it legal in your town? Jaclyn Ricci and Gwenne Baile are the presenters.  Camden County Parks Department Environmental Center, 1301 Park Blvd, Cherry Hill, NJ 08002 (between Grove Street and Kings Highway). Pre-registration strongly advised to reserve a seat. Registration at 12:30 pm and class is 1-3:30 pm. For more information and to register, email Gbaile@verizon.net or call 856-816-8508. https://www.facebook.com/events/245996339344545/