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From a Yahoo article posted in August 2011 Carlisle's Wilson Middle School assistant principal has loaned seven of his sheep to help with the landscaping at his school. His sheep grazing the school's lawns will save approximately $15,000 on yearly mowing costs.
"There were some people who called the principals, they thought that someone was playing a prank," says the district's superintendent, John Friend.
The school district furthered their saving efforts by installing solar panels on the six-acre plot where the sheep graze.
Full article can be read here.