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Don’t market yourself, market your message. This is a theme I’ve been exploring over the past week. If you’re reading this, then you may have already read my post about what a message is and why it’s so important to have one. So, I thought it might be good to explore the different kinds of messages there are and some examples of each to really bring it home.

The future of small scale chicken housing is here. Chances are, your chickens are WAY overdue for a move. Most folks keep their chickens in a “classic” coop and run, but that just so happens to be one of the most labor intensive, and unsanitary methods for raising chickens. It’s now possible.

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If you’ve already read permaculture theory from the greats (Holtzer, Hemenway, Mollison, and Holmgren), you may be inspired, but overwhelmed at its complexity and the sheer amount of work involved in building a sustainable garden.