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Old Irish goats return to County Dublin to protect hills from wildfires
by Rory Carroll, Ireland Correspondent
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18 September 2021
On 18 September 2021 The Guardian reported:
Melissa Jeuken beat stiff competition to land a high-profile post in Dublin leading a dream team of diligent, focused workers. The 25-strong team is made up of goats, and Jeuken is their herder. They are part of a groundbreaking conservation Irish effort to save a goat species from extinction and to protect a hillside from wildfires. Fingal county council contracted the Old Irish Goat Society, which has been working for a decade to save Ireland's only indigenous goat from extinction, to supply a herd.
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