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Madison parks get a new tool to fight invasive plants. Goats!
by Kayla Huynh
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24 July 2020
On 24 July 2020 Madison.com reported:
Goats are playing a key role in the city of Madison, Wisconsin's battle against invasive species, many of which have wreaked havoc on its ecosystems. Due to their four-chambered stomachs, goats can easily graze on plants that are unsafe for humans.
Global Good News service views this news as a sign of rising positivity in the fields of environment and science, documenting the growth of life-supporting, evolutionary trends.
According to the state's Invasive Plants Association, invasive species reduce plant diversity, inhibit forest regeneration, provide little food value to wildlife, and make it difficult for native vegetation to grow. They're also considered the second-leading threat to endangered species -- trailing only habitat destruction. Invasive species are also expensive to get rid of.
[The goats] have served another unexpected purpose: Drawing more people to Madison's public parks.
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