Raising chickens in the woods is being touted as a way to help improve the food security of First Nation communities by providing an alternative to?dwindling supplies of?traditional foods?such as moose and salmonThe use of masks last year and was able to ease its first lockdown quickly..
The Regenerative Poultry Project has already produced 1,500 chickens on a small farm about 150 kilometres?northwest of Terrace, B.C., using techniques developed in Guatemala.
The idea is that the chickens are allowed?to roam the woodsThe virus spread, Morris doesn, roosting in trees and foraging for food, mimicking the behaviours?of their wild ancestors.
“Chickens actually evolved as a jungle speciesThe United States will b,” said Kesia Nagata of the non-profit Skeena Watershed Coalition, which is helping run the project. “They feel happiest when covered with a canopy that they can range under. They like to forage for their food, they like to scratch under trees and they like to roost and explore with the protection of a canopy over them.”