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Salt Lake elementary school employs goats for gardening work
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7 August 2017
On 7 August 2017 The Associated Press reported:
A Salt Lake City elementary school has found a cheap, chemical-free way to clear weeds from a treacherous hillside: A team of hungry goats. For the third year in a row, a herd of goats is being used to landscape the tricky terrain at Washington Elementary School. The district loves to use the goats because it avoids using chemicals around children, and it saves money, said Ricardo Zubiate, assistant director of facility services for the Salt Lake City School District.
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