Charlottesville Goat Keepers Association
The Charlottesville Goat Keepers Association is an organization active in educating the community about keeping goats.
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The Charlottesville Goat Justice League was an organization that advocated for changes in city law to allow residents to keep up to three miniature goats for milk production. The founder is Megan Keith-Hynes. In 2010, the group was successful in getting Charlottesville City Council to pass an ordinance allowing city residents to own up to three goats. After the Charlottesville City Council passed the ordinance, the Charlottesville Goat Justice League changed its name to the Charlottesville Goat Keepers Association, which has been active in educating the community about keeping goats, including a workshop which taught milking and trimming goats and other basic care-taking chores. 
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- Web. City Council unanimously passes ordinance to allow miniature goats, C-VILLE Weekly, Portico Publications, September 8, 2010, retrieved March 19, 2012.
- Web. Urban Goat Keeping Workshop in Scottsville, Lewis, Dannika, NBC 29, October 9, 2010, retrieved March 219, 2012.