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Goatscaping in Redding? How brush-munching goats can reduce the risk in wildfire country
by Jessica Skropanic, Redding Record Searchlight
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6 November 2018
On 6 November 2018 Redding Record Searchlight reported:
If the Redding City Council (California) votes to change an ordinance that bans farm animals, the city may get some hungry visitors to help with brush control. The method is an ecological way to reduce fire risk and water use, said Councilwoman Julie Winter, who is spearheading the change.
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As well as clearing brush fuel, the goats clear invasive species from the park, [said Linda Herman, manager of Bidwell Park in Chico]. 'It's amazing how much they can do. It would take staff hours and hours to get it down' to the same level.
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