Join us in creating a more sustainable Phoenix!
Instructor: Rachel Bess
Putting the "micro" in microfarm, coturnix quail are an excellent choice
for every backyard. You want backyard eggs but can't have chickens due to
space, city codes or a stubborn neighbor? Think quail! They are more
efficient layers than chickens, take up very little space and can begin
laying as early as 6 weeks of age! (If you're interested in homegrown
meat, they are good for that too.)
We will go over all of the how-to's of raising coturnix quail. With the
knowledge you gain from this class you will find that they are even easier
to raise than chickens!
Please sign in with the volunteers at the door.
$15 fee is payable with cash or check. (Make checks out to Valley Permaculture Alliance). This facility accepts debit/credit cards.
The Valley Permaculture Alliance (VPA) offices are located at 1122 E Washington St, Phoenix. On the light-rail, it is accessible from E Washington and the intersection at 12thSt. The offices are set back from the street, so turn when you see 1112 on a large beige wall. Take a right and you can’t miss it. This link is very accurate: http://g.co/maps/gdd4h.
**Space is limited! Please RSVP to the right (click "will attend") if you'd like to attend.**