Sheep help rid Chastain Park of invasive plants

Sheep help rid Chastain Park of invasive plants

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ATLANTA -

Some interesting visitors stopped by Chastain Park on Friday.

Trees Atlanta brought a herd of hungry sheep to help get rid of unwanted plants like ivy and kudzu.

The organization says they took an eco-friendly approach to removing the unwanted plants by letting sheep enjoy a treat they love.

Trees Atlanta has hired a herd of more than 100 hungry sheep to tackle acres of kudzu that grow in several of Atlanta's green spaces.

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