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Goats hired to clean up Virginia Governor's Mansion grounds
by Henry Graff
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10 July 2020
On 10 July 2020 WBDJ reported:
It's quite the sight to see in downtown Richmond. 'Goats are safe, affordable, and a sustainable way to take care of invasives in our environment and they're just a lot of fun,' said Pamela Northam, Virginia's First Lady. The area is too steep for machines or humans to do the work. Native plants will go back into the ground to make the area more pollinator-friendly.
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