In this Friday, July 28, 2017 photo, goats eat overgrowth of cheat grass and shrubbery on hillside at Washington Elementary School in Salt Lake City. The herd of goats, from 4 Leaf Ranch in Kamas, is providing governmental entities as an alternative to mowing and herbicides to get rid of grass on steep hillsides.
In this Friday, July 28, 2017 photo, goats eat overgrowth of cheat grass and shrubbery on hillside at Washington Elementary School in Salt Lake City. The herd of goats, from 4 Leaf Ranch in Kamas, is providing governmental entities as an alternative to mowing and herbicides to get rid of grass on steep hillsides. Laura Seitz AP
In this Friday, July 28, 2017 photo, goats eat overgrowth of cheat grass and shrubbery on hillside at Washington Elementary School in Salt Lake City. The herd of goats, from 4 Leaf Ranch in Kamas, is providing governmental entities as an alternative to mowing and herbicides to get rid of grass on steep hillsides. Laura Seitz AP

Salt Lake City elementary school employs weed-eating goats as gardeners

August 14, 2017 10:00 AM

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