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Goats & Giggles at Pechakucha Portsmouth

Michelle Aulson loves sharing her goats with others, in class like settings such as hikes, yoga, and snuggle classes, as well as presenting at conferences and local libraries about the values and environmental benefits of using her family’s goats to clean up nuisance and invasive weeds such as poison ivy and bittersweet, etc. Michelle Aulson would like to share with you, why goats make you smile.

https://www.pechakucha.com/presentations/goats-and-giggles

Watch the video presentation and see lots of pictures of the goats. Click here for the video https://www.pechakucha.com/presentations/goats-and-giggles

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About Michelle: Ms. Michelle Aulson grow up on a small family farm just south of Portsmouth and attended the University of New Hampshire, graduating in 2002. So her love for animals started a young age. After college Michelle moved to Washington, DC and worked as a civilian Engineering Manager for the U.S. Navy for over 13 years. It was her love for animals that brought her home. Since her return, in her free time she spends time working with, and sharing her goats with others, in class like settings such as hikes, yoga, and snuggle classes, as well as presenting at conferences and local libraries about the values and environmental benefits of using her family’s goats to clean up nuisance and invasive weeds such as poison ivy and bittersweet, etc. Michelle would like to share with you, why goats make you smile.