This herd of city sheep is bringing a bit of gentle nature to concrete urban spaces

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  • Living
  • Sunday, 18 Apr 2021

Sheep on the pastures of Europa Corp in La Courneuve. Photo: AFP

Guillaume and Marie Lou are urban shepherds in the Paris region; they practise an urban transhumance with 60 sheep in the heart of La Courneuve.

The 'Bergers Urbains' collective practises eco-grazing in the Paris region, offering a new slant to life in the city by setting up dynamic, generous and lush urban agriculture.

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