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GALLERY: Goatscaping behind Chevron

Jon Kunitsky and Anna Bongardino

By Jon Kunitsky, Staff Videographer

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The University hired a dozen goats to landscape a patch of overgrown land behind Chevron Science Center for a few weeks this summer.

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