Local Chef Says Of Weeds: If You Can't Beat Them, Eat ThemPittsburghers have been renting goats to eat invasive species, like knotweed.
Invasive Weeds Could Take Bite Out Of Profits For Farmers This Growing SeasonIt is growing season, a time for farmers to plant their crops; but this year, they are facing invasive weeds growing on their land.
Volunteers Converge On Bankrupt Homestead CemeteryThe Homestead Cemetery in Munhall facing bankruptcy is about to get a group of visitors.
Many Cemeteries In Region Falling Into DisrepairMilton Kubik buried his sister Mildred in the Charleroi Cemetery in February, but today you can hardly see her headstone because of the overgrown grass.
City Poised To Reconsider Rules As Woman Tries To Start Goat Grazing BusinessWould you consider hiring a herd of goats to eat your weeds?
Goats Brought In To Restore Hillside In Polish HillIt’s pretty typical to see goats on a farm, but not necessarily in the middle of the city.
Poison Hemlock Growing Rapidly In Pa.It’s not as nasty as Giant Hogweed, which can leave you with burns if you touch its sap, but another weed is causing concern in Pennsylvania.

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