Get ready for your daily dose of cuteness, Humboldt! 

In today’s episode of “Humboldt Outdoors,” local documentarian Ray Olson introduces us to Cory Moloney and Adam Torres, the guys behind Goats on the Mow, an Arcata-based business that uses goats for climate-friendly weed control and landscaping.

“They will eat just about everything,” Moloney said. “If you keep them in a spot long enough they will strip down the leaves off of a vine and a branch and, if you leave them even longer, they’ll strip down the branch they’ll take it down to nothing.”

Goats can even chew their way through blackberry brambles – thorns and all!

Moloney spent a number of years working in Humboldt’s cannabis industry before starting his goat-powered landscaping business. “I thought I was going to spend the rest of my life in cannabis,” he tells Olson. “This is the most fulfilling work I’ve ever had.”

Click “play” the video above to learn more about the benefits of goat-powered landscaping.