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Goats get to work along Shenango River in Sharon
by Taylor Long
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28 April 2021
On 28 April 2021 WYTV (ABC) reported:
The goats have officially reported for duty in Sharon! It's all part of a project to rid the banks of the Shenango River of poison ivy. Allegheny GoatScape Executive Director Gavin Deming says this is a resourceful way to take care of the problem, and the goats love it. 'This is an alternative to pesticides and herbicides. We aren't using any chemicals, and the goats just eat. They eat around the clock, so they will be here 24 hours a day until they are done,' Deming said.
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