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A goat grazes along the perimeter of the historic Congressional Cemetery on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC, August 7, 2013. A herd of "eco-goats" will graze 24 hours a day for six days, working to eliminate vines, poison ivy and ground cover while fertilizing the ground alongside the cemetery. (Saul Loeb/Getty Images)MoreCloseclosemore
A goat grazes along the perimeter of the historic Congressional Cemetery on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC, August 7, 2013. A herd of "eco-goats" will graze 24 hours a day for six days, working to eliminate vines, poison ivy and ground cover while fertilizing the ground alongside the cemetery. (Saul Loeb/Getty Images)

When we hear stories about green jobs, it’s usually the big stuff like manufacturing that makes the headlines. But entrepreneurs are also adding environmentally friendly jobs to local economies — often as small businesses that employ just one or two people.

But some green entrepreneurs in Pittsburgh are finding unique ways to address landscaping needs.

Lou Blouin from the Allegheny Front at WESA reports on this method of green landscaping.

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This segment aired on September 21, 2015.

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