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Goats Go To Lunch, Clear Out Riverside Park

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Goats Go To Lunch, Clear Out Riverside Park

Goats Go To Lunch, Clear Out Riverside Park

CBS2's Elise Finch has the latest on a group of goats being used to clear out invasive plants in Riverside Park.

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