How to turn your turkey into a turkey-loving fairy chimney

For the past year, we’ve been watching the rise of turkey farming in the U.S. and how that affects the country’s environmental health.

But as we look at how turkey farming impacts the climate, the impact of climate change is becoming more clear.

It’s clear that the world is rapidly warming, and the effects on the climate system have the potential to be devastating for all species.

The latest research shows that we can expect to see more frequent droughts and flooding in the coming decades.

That means we need to be prepared for more droughty summers and droughting winters.

The more that we plant trees, the more trees we have, the greater the odds of our climate becoming more unstable.

And while there are already some species that are growing rapidly, they’re not as abundant as the species that have been domesticated, which means we can only expect them to grow as fast.

This makes for a more difficult time for species that need to maintain high populations.

So what can we do to protect the climate in our own backyard?

First and foremost, we need the help of people who are actively involved in these issues, especially those who are willing to do the hard work of keeping the forest healthy.

You can help protect forests, your own or those of others, by adopting a sustainable farming model that does not rely on deforestation.

For example, you can take part in the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC), a global nonprofit organization that advocates for sustainable forest management.

FSC helps farmers in more than 100 countries worldwide with sustainable forest products.

You might also consider getting involved in a community-based organization that works on the restoration of our environment, such as a wildlife refuge.

If you or someone you know has any questions about this topic, feel free to contact us at [email protected]