speaker-info

Patricia Foreman

The Gossamer Foundation

www.chickensAndYOU.com

Patricia Foreman is a sustainable agriculture author, local foods activist, and popular speaker. She (and her co-presenter, chicken celebrity Oprah Hen-Free) has presented workshops and book signings at major national festivals and conferences across the United States. She is the author or co-author of five books, including City Chicks and Chicken Tractor. To help “Chick Start America,” she developed the Backyard Chicken Keeper Certification course (www.ChickensAndYOU.com). Foreman graduated from Purdue University with degrees in animal science and pharmacy. She has a master’s of public affairs from Indiana University’s Graduate School of Public and Environmental Affairs. Books by This Speaker: City Chicks, Chicken Tractor, Day Range Poultry

Patricia will be speaking at the North Carolina, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Kansas Fairs

Workshops

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Chick in Egg: The miracle of incubation & educating baby chicks

The journey from egg to chick is an awe-inspiring, educational, life-affirming event. This workshop covers the entire process of finding fertile eggs (even without a rooster) and selecting the most likely eggs to hatch. Understanding the embryo development that is happening inside the egg enables you to have better hatches. Egg-to-chick in only 21 days for replacement birds. We also cover the critical first week of chick-hood, basic chick nutrition and “chick-ability" and why you must understanding it as a life or death matter in educating baby chicks. Great for home and school projects. Become a Chickeneer incubation & baby chick eggs-pert!
Kids Programming

Available In:

North Carolina, Workshop time to be determined
Oregon, Workshop time to be determined
Pennsylvania, Workshop time to be determined
Kansas, Workshop time to be determined

A Tiny Home to Call Your Own: Living well in just-right houses

You can have an attractive, upscale quality built tiny home that is artistically beautiful, highly marketable and long-term profitable. Smaller homes can be more livable, cozy, enjoyable, easy to clean with lower maintenance than big houses. But tiny and smaller homes are not for everyone. Learn why and what it takes to live in a small space to make room for a larger life. Explore the many uses of tiny homes and find out why more people are opting for less square footage in exchange for more time, freedom and money.
Modern Homesteading

Available In:

North Carolina, Workshop time to be determined
Oregon, Workshop time to be determined
Pennsylvania, Workshop time to be determined
Kansas, Workshop time to be determined