We are seeking someone experienced in butchering and cooking squirrels to teach a class on this subject at our homesteading center.
Denver Urban Homesteading is located at 200 Santa Fe Drive, Denver and we host classes in how to raise backyard chickens, butchering chickens, raising backyard goats, beekeeping, fish farming, permaculture, growing mushrooms, herbs, and more.
We believe that by promoting eating squirrels, we can demonstrate to people that there is a new food source and reduce the pest problem that makes it harder for urban farmers to feed themselves from their gardens.
Please see our website at www.denverurbanhomesteading.com
I have not yet investigated the various municipal laws to find out whether this activity is banned by our governments. (I did see on the Colorado Division of Wildlife site that certain squirrels require a permit to hunt, namely fox squirrel, pine squirrel and Albert's squirrel, none of which my research indicates are in the cities here.) So if anyone has information on local laws regarding this please post here. Thanks.