‘Urban Grazing Program’ Brings the Farm to the City

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CLEVELAND -- The city of Cleveland has introduced a new alternative to cutting grass the old fashioned way.

The Urban Grazing Program is using sheep to keep the city's properties trim, beginning with the Lakeshore. The program is expected to run through grass growing season, which lasts through October.


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