Nap Town Chickens
Placed its First Project Poultry Coops
Nap Town Chickens (NTC) placed their first 2013 Project Poultry coops at St. Joseph’s Institute for the Deaf on March 22nd.
Project Poultry is a NTC initiative to place and maintain urban chicken coops—with the help of local business sponsorships—at different elementary, middle and high schools throughout the city.
Friday’s Project Poultry coops are made possible by Barnraiser of Indiana and The Indy Food Fund.
Nap Town Chickens is an advocacy organization for urban chicken farming in Indianapolis. With a goal to encourage and educate “city folks” on backyard chicken farming and the benefits and enjoyment that can come of it, Nap Town Chickens has a growing base of local and national followers. Nap Town Chickens initiatives include Tour de Coops, an urban bike ride of home chicken coops, and Project Poultry, a program to get urban chicken coops in schools, and public spaces for all to enjoy the benefits of urban chicken farming.