Five sheep eat invasive organisms in a hammock forest to provide green ecological maintenance for the forest

As midsummer approaches, five sheep from the Tivoli Lake Reserve in Albany are working hard in the hammock forest on Governors Island, New York, eating invasive organisms such as mugwort and reeds, and providing green ecological maintenance for the hammock forest. The five sheep are actually owned by a nonprofit called Friends of Tivoli Lake Sanctuary, which raises sheep for educational purposes and to eliminate invasive organisms.

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