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Chomp, chomp: City aims to unleash army of sheep and goats on city green spaces
by Shawn Logan
Calgary Herald Translate This Article
17 April 2019
On 17 April 2019 Calgary Herald reported:
More Calgary green spaces will become leafy banquets for hundreds of temporary furry workers this summer, as the city aims to unleash herds of goats and sheep to tackle weeds and keep grass under control.
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The city is looking to secure about 1,000 of the hoofed gardeners to graze at a half-dozen targeted sites in the city, part of a program that has continued to expand since a pilot project was launched in Confluence Park in 2016 as a more natural way to tackle invasive weeds.
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