Seems to be getting more and more popular. My wife and I are both from rural Vermont (not that there is anything un-rural about Vermont) But after college like most small town kids we where forced to move to the city to work. We have been living in the inner city for 4 years now and am starting to experiment with small scale inner-city homesteading. We thought about moving outside the city limits in a few years to make the semi-sustainable living easier, but with rising gas prices we now know that will never happen. (even with the new hybrid car) Space is an issue with our 1/3 acre yard so we have to optimise the room we have. We put berry bushes along the side walk as a hedge and planted a few peach trees for shade. We have a garden plot and I keep some of my bees at the house and the rest in out yards around the city. We wanted to raise our own eggs, but our neighbor has an issue with chickens because the last owner had some which walked all over his cars, so we decided to try ducks. I have 15 Khaki Campbells on order and they should be here within a week. I am planning on doing a chicken tractor type set up with them to help keep the lawn mowed, suppliment their feed, and keep the ground from getting muddy like it does with a coop. I plan on keeping it a year around set up, and as I havent been able to find a design for ducks, I guess I will base it on a chicken model and alter it as I see fit. Anybody have any suggestions before I get started?