Getting their goat: City of Seattle rents ruminants to help clear tough overgrowth

As weeds and invasive plants crowd hillsides around Seattle, city workers are out in force in the annual effort to clear them. And one unique crew is drawing plenty of attention for the way it really sinks its teeth into the job.

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A herd of goats clears vegetation alongside Ravenna Blvd. in Seattle Tuesday.
Photo by Josh Kerns/MyNorthwest.com
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Original article: Getting their goat: City of Seattle rents ruminants to help clear tough overgrowth



Josh Kerns, MyNorthwest.com
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