This book, or the author really, is how I first realized farming in the city was possible. Hannah Litt was my midwife and delivered our sweet son three years ago. Before we decided to choose her as our midwife, I researched her to make sure we had the same views and opinions. This book was one of the first things to pop up, and I knew instantly that I would love her. Throughout my pregnancy I grew a belly of course, but also a huge love for the wonderful Litt family. I never really thought having chickens in the city was something I would want or could even do. This book was a huge inspiration and has all the information you need to prepare for your urban chickens! I made a list of the other books that we've read to help us prepare for our journey to sustainability. Hopefully they are as helpful and insightful for all of you as they were to us!
and if you're interested in beekeeping (like me!) you need to read The Backyard Beekeeper by Kim Flottam