Lily’s Chickens

From raising your own chickens to growing your own food, the decisions we make about what we eat have an astonishing power to change the world around us.



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Above: Kiwi, one of Lily’s favoritechickens.
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Barbara Kingsolver’s daughter Lily feedsher chickens. The family raises much oftheir own food, including fresh eggs andproduce from a large garden.
Lily's Chickens
Barbara Kingsolver’s daughter Lily feeds her chickens. The family raises much of their own food, including fresh eggs and produce from a large garden.
Photo courtesy Kim Williams
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Eliot Coleman
Chickens
Mr. Pepper, another valued member of Lily’s flock.
Photo courtesy Kim Williams











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