A CLUTCH of chickens peck hungrily at the once derelict ground transformed by several Jewish Boulderites.
“A friend of mine one day decided to start this, so we did,” recalls Aaron Schneider, one of several co-op co-leaders, the group who makes decisions about finances and operations.
“And then next, people wanted to start a goat co-op, so we did.”
“It’s really grass roots,” says Bob Wing, the unofficial caretaker and another co-leader of the group. “The idea was ‘who wants to start a chicken co-op and who wants to start a goat club?’ And all these people showed up.”
“It just magically happened.” Schneider said.