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Weed-managing goats are back and it's win-win for Calgary parks
by David Bell
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30 July 2018
On 30 July 2018 CBC News reported:
The urban conservation lead with Calgary Parks says the weed-managing goats are back and this time in an urban park overlooking downtown. Chris Manderson of Calgary Parks says there are so many benefits to the project. 'This is a good way to start weed control without relying on herbicides, our established tool for weed control in a lot of areas,' [he said]. The cost of the goat program is comparable to the use of herbicides, but there are many benefits beyond cost, including herbicide-use reduction and resident engagement in the process.
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