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Seattle Tilth's Chicken Coop & Urban Farm Tour

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Visit unique urban farms across Seattle on July 16!

  • July
  • Special Event
  • Livestock
When Jul 16, 2016
from 10:00 am to 04:00 pm
Where Several neighborhoods across Seattle
Contact Name
Contact Phone (206) 633-0451 ext. 129
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See Seattle's Best Urban Farms!

Seattle is a national hot spot for chicken coops and urban farms! This is your chance to visit folks who are keeping chickens and creating unique and inspiring urban farms.

On Saturday, July 16, glean great ideas from creative neighbors who are incorporating animals and gardens into their home landscapes. In this self-guided tour, you will see simple chicken coops built in an afternoon and elaborate finely-crafted coops that took weeks of planning and building. Duck Up Close

See what's needed for keeping miniature goats, ducks, mason bees, honey bees and rabbits. There are sites all around Seattle. Enjoy a unique and inspiring urban adventure!

Seattle Tilth has been hosting this event, or a version of it, since 1999.


Chicken Coop & Urban Farm Tour tickets are now available!

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Individuals = $15
Individual Seattle Tilth Member or Individual Bicyclist= $10 
Youth 12 & Under = $8
Group/Family (3-6 people) = $35


We need volunteers to help at our host sites on the day of the event! If you are interested, please email

Show Off Your Style

Check out chickens and urban farms in your very own coop tour event t-shirt. We have men's (SM-XL), women's (SM-XL) and kids tees (XS-Med). Adult sizes are $18.25 + tax & shipping. Kids tees are $10 + tax & shipping.

Coop Tour T-Shirt Models

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