Thank You Chicago!

Some unfinished Chicago business:

Thanks again to Nancy Klehm for hosting me. If you aren’t familiar with Klehm’s work you can read her articles at Arthur Magazine (note especially her take on the swine flu), view some video of a foraging walk she conducted, or take one of her classes.

Also, thanks to Chicago Reader reporter Martha Bayne for writing a nice article about me. Bayne’s also the force behind Soup and Bread, a pot luck which takes place during the winter at a tavern. Folks bring soup and everybody chips in a donation that benefits a Chicago food bank. It’s a Depression 2.0 idea that needs to be cloned in other cities.

And, of course, thanks to the Green Roof Growers, who prove that you can grow food without a yard.

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  1. Hello there, I follow your blog relatively regularly and really enjoy your posts on the chickens. I’m trying to find a suburb of Chicago where I can have a small coop. I know the city allows them, but every suburb I’ve researched does not. Is there a “one stop resource” where I can find areas that allow chickens?

    Many thanks!
    Susan

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