Many Toledoans, both on their own and with others in Community Gardens, raise chickens for pleasure, eggs, and/or meat. Share your stories and pictures here!

First-ever Toledo GROWs-built coop, behind the Padua Center.
Plastic-wrapped straw bales serve to insulate the coop in cold weather, and plenty of windows let in sunshine and air during the summer.



Another GROWs coop, at Monroe United Methodist's community garden, circa 2009Some of the chickens inhabiting the coop at Toledo GROWs' site on Oneida during the spring of 2010