When you don't want to use chemicals to treat a New York City park, where do you turn? To the goats. For the first time ever in Manhattan, 25 goats will spend the summer doubling as little lawnmowers, munching away at all the poison ivy, pests and other invasive plants. It's part of the Riverside Park Conservancy's "GOaTHAM" Woodland Restoration Initiative. As InsideEdition.com's Stephanie Officer finds out, it's not a baaaad idea.