This is a new approach to going green.
In an effort to save money, a central Pennsylvania school district has decided the best way to keep its lawn nice and trim is to have sheep graze on it.
The sheep will nibble on the grass near its solar panels during the mornings and in the afternoons the hard workers will be able to rest.
Replacing the lawnmowers with sheep will reportedly save the Carlisle Area School District up to $15,000 a year.
As for the sheep, they’ll be provided by a middle school assistant principal.
Sounds like a pretty good idea to us.
[Image via WENN.]