VIDEO & PHOTOS: What The Goats Couldn’t Eat At Mathison Park Is Being Ground Up & Re-Used


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Courtesy our friends at Burien Parks comes the following video and photo slideshow showcasing a “monster grinder” chewing up the brush and detritus left over (and not previously eaten by hired goats) in the makeover of Mathison Park.

Here’s what Parks’ Director Michael Lafreniere said:

This is what the goats couldn’t eat!

Mathison Park is being transformed into a real park with trails. Trees and underbrush have been removed, and what the goats couldn’t eat, this monster grinder is chewing up into woodchips. The chips will be used for a natural trail that winds through the park, so very little material will need to be taken off-site, but will be used as part of the improvements.

Click to View Burien Parks’ Photo Slideshow

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2 Responses to “VIDEO & PHOTOS: What The Goats Couldn’t Eat At Mathison Park Is Being Ground Up & Re-Used”
  1. Burien Parks says:

    To learn more about this project, please visit http://burienwa.gov/index.aspx?NID=373

  2. dave feist says:

    King County is closing how many Parks???? Burien is expanding this Park. How can Burien afford to maintain more parks? I can hear the TAX MAN Comin……

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