Goats help manage land in Colorado
The U.S. government has hired a team of goats to do what goats do best — eat, poop and stomp around. It’s land management without heavy machinery or pesticides that improves wilderness and reduces wildfires.
Colorado Public Radio’s Michael Elizabeth Sakas reports.
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