Goats clear the way in High Point
HIGH POINT, N.C. — High Point’s Southwest Renewal Foundation is using goats to get rid of kudzu and weeds that block the view of Richland Creek.
The 40 to 50 goats will work the area around the old Highland Cotton Mill, as part of the Southwest Renewal Foundation’s long term goal to create a greenway, which would follow Richland Creek across southwest High Point.
The community group says the greenway will help bring businesses, homes and people to the area.
The goats will work this area and along the South Main Street, Business 85 interchange in High Point until October.
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