Next Class Offering: Backyard Ducks
Tuesday, April 4th 6:00-7:30pm 704 E. Boulder Street 80903
Ducks? Why ducks? There are so many reasons to add these fun feathered-friends to your backyard or urban homestead. This class will offer information on what is needed (and not needed) to keep ducks on your property, the benefits of backyard ducks and details on just how special their valuable eggs can be. You'll also have the opportunity to meet a duck or two.
Seating is limited to 25 attendees, so register early. Class cost is $10/person.
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