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How goats are helping reduce wildfire risk in central Washington
by Courtney Flatt, Northwest Public Broadcasting

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27 July 2019

On 27 July 2019 Oregon Public Broadcasting reported: On the western edge of Wenatchee [Washington state], homes wind up hillsides. Many properties back up to rolling foothills. In this neighborhood, thick brush and grasses creep up to people's backyards. Firefighters say the thick vegetation needed to be thinned, but the work would be time-consuming, risky, and expensive. In the heat. On a steep hillside. With rattlesnakes. So they're bringing in reinforcements. Goats. Global Good News service views this news as a sign of rising positivity in the field of science, documenting the growth of life-supporting, evolutionary trends.

'I had no idea how aggressively they would they would chow down on the vegetation,' [Chelan Fire District No. 1 Chief Brian Brett] said.

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