Non-Commercial Keeping of Bees, Chickens, and Goats
This student paper from the Widener University Law School in Pennsylvania discusses the social, economic, and environmental benefits and opportunities created by the raising of bees, chickens, and goats as food sources; examines existing municipal efforts to regulate backyard bee, chicken, and goat keeping; and proposes a model ordinance addressing the noncommercial keeping of bees, chickens, and goats.
Knowledgebase Resource Categories: Model
Topic: Food Systems
Taxonomy Master Topics: Food Systems Policy
Format: Knowledgebase Resource