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Urban Greenery

Sightings of sheep and goats could swell around intown Atlanta's public property in the next couple of years, according to pending legislation. The animals would be incorporated to combat invasive plant species — a process Trees Atlanta says will be overseen by trained volunteers at no cost to we taxpayers. What's more, the green agency hopes to plant about 4,000 trees in Atlanta's famed urban forest by April 2015. [Saporta Report]