Chickens For All @ Audubon Greenwich

Stephanie Webster

Raising your own chickens is getting more popular each year and getting easier, too. For anyone who has had the pleasure of eating a fresh poached egg, still warm, straight from the coop, it's akin to the richest of savory desserts. Bright yellow yolks, firm whites...makes you think it's worth investing in some chickens. 

If you're nodding your head, read on for a great event we caught on The Fairfield Green Food Guide: On March 27th, get inspired to start your own coop and learn the basics of how to get started when Melina Brown, founder of the Southern CT/Westchester Backyard Poultry Meetup, and Derek Sasaki and Traci Torres, local experts and owners of Norwalk-based My Pet Chicken LLC, visit Audubon Greenwich to discuss the how-to of raising your own chickens.  This event will include a short presentation, a screening of the acclaimed film, 'Mad City Chickens', and ample time for Q&A.

When: Sunday, March 27th, @ 2:00 PM

Where: Audubon Greenwich, Riversville Rd Greenwich, CT

What: “Screening of Mad City Chickens, talk, and Q&A session.....”

Who's hosting? Melina Brown

Price: $8.00 per person(refund policy)

How to find us: Main building...

RSVP required. Please contact Jeff Cordulack at  or call (203) 869-5272 x239. The film & presentation is suitable for all ages. $12/adult. Youth admitted free. National Audubon Society & Southern CT/Westchester Backyard Poultry Meetup members enjoy discounted admission ($8/adult). Memberships available on the day of the event.

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