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2004 saw the delivery of a custom 25-bird chicken tractor to
Araujo Estate Wines and the installation of matching rabbit hutch and coop at COPIA, The American Center for Wine, Food & the Arts, in Napa, California. The coop and hutch were built with sustainably farmed woods selected for the project by Jeff Dawson, COPIA's Curator of the Gardens.

In the September 2004, James and Elizabeth, Wine Country Coops owners, designed, built and donated a custom 15 bird mobile coop
to the Sonoma Valley Harvest Wine Auction, held annually in Sonoma, California. The coop was purchased by local winemaker Benziger and raised over $8000 for local charities.

In March 2005, Wine Country Coops exhibited at the San Francisco Flower and Garden Show, held at the Historic Cow Palace, San Francisco from March 16-20.

 

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Contact: James A. Stamp
707 829 8405
jstamp@sbcglobal.net
info@winecountrycoops.com

SONOMA COUNTY'S TIMELESS TOPIARY PARTNERS WITH WINE COUNTRY COOPS
AT SAN FRANCISCO FLOWER SHOW


Neighbors Combine Forces to Showcase Extraordinary Products

Sebastopol, CA., March 7, 2005:
Timeless Topiary announced today that owner, Diane Rooney will bring something unique to this year’s San Francisco Flower Show to be held March 16-20 at the Cow Palace. As she prepares to exhibit her distinctive topiaries for the fifth time, she is partnering with Wine Country Coops that offer hand-crafted, customized chicken coops (nay, palaces) and whose founders are her neighbors in Sebastopol, California.
Timeless Topiary is a passionate endeavor for Sonoma County entrepreneur, Diane Rooney, and offers the finest ornamental and edible topiaries available. Located in the heart of Northern California’s wine country since 2002, Timeless Topiary offers these elegant bestsellers on her website and is also carried in high-end lifestyle, gardening, and cooking catalogues nationwide.

At the show this year she will be showcasing her olive tree topiaries for the first time and introducing her expanded line of exotic citrus topiaries including meyer lemon, kumquat, blood orange bergamot, calamondin and three different types of lime. She will also feature the rest of her extensive offering of topiaries. And, the best part is that they are all for sale at the show!

“I’m thrilled that Wine Country Coops has agreed to exhibit with me this year. The combination of the topiaries and the aristocratic hen abode will make a unique and whimsical booth presentation and one that attendees will be compelled to visit. I feel extremely fortunate to live and work in Sonoma County and I love to share the essence of this special area,” said Diane.

Wine Country Coops was founded by biologist and vineyard consultant, Dr. James Stamp and architect, Elizabeth Quinto.

“Some people may ask what chicken coops have to do with gardening. Chickens provide multiple benefits ranging from the sustainable production of healthful, home grown eggs, to environmentally sound pest control in garden, vineyard, and orchard, and the maintenance of soil fertility. I’ll bet most people don’t know that chickens eat both snails and slugs," said Dr. Stamp.

Attendees will not want to miss this unique display.

About Timeless Topiary
Timeless Topiary, located in Sonoma County, specializes in the finest ornamental and edible topiaries for any environment. For more information, contact Timeless Topiary by calling 1-866-504-8844 or visit the website at www.timelesstopiary.com.

About Wine Country Coops
Wine Country Coops is a Sebastopol based business specializing in the development of innovative, high quality, and functionally efficient coops for the raising of healthy, happy chickens, and the production of home-grown, organic eggs. For more information, contact Wine Country Coops by calling 707-829-8405 or visit the website at www.winecountrycoops.com
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HIGH QUALITY CHICKEN HOUSES AND
CHICKEN TRACTORS, FUNCTIONALLY EFFICIENT, YET BEAUTIFUL

Sebastopol, CA, June 3, 2004:
Wine Country Coops today announced the delivery of the company's first chicken tractor to Araujo Estate Wines of Calistoga, Napa Valley, California. The novel mobile coop will become an integral part of the winery's sustainable farming program and will be located in the historic Eisele Vineyard. The coop was designed to house up to 25 chickens in comfort and to dock with a custom designed pen on winery grounds.
"We firmly believe that chicken nurture should be part of the human experience," said Dr. James Stamp, President of Wine Country Coops. "Chickens provide multiple benefits ranging from the sustainable production of healthful, home grown eggs, to environmentally sound pest control in garden, vineyard, and orchard, and the maintenance of soil fertility," Dr. Stamp continued.


Wine Country Coops chicken houses are hand crafted and can be designed to meet customer specifications including home landscaping, style, and materials preferences. The coops are aesthetically pleasing structures engineered to last and withstand the elements. The company's Home and Garden Gabled Coop is ideal for home gardens, nurturing up to fifteen hens in comfort year round, while providing an ideal environment for egg laying and roosting.

Wine Country Coops is a Sebastopol based business specializing in the development of innovative, high quality, and functionally efficient coops for the raising of healthy, happy chickens, and the production of home-grown, organic eggs.

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