For this November teatime, we were excited to have Tyler Swanson and Jessica Guarino from the University of Illinois join us to discuss the latest on agrivoltaic regulations (check out their discussion of zoning, for example), solar grazing…
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Photo courtesy of Far Niente Winery
At Far Niente Winery, respecting the land and all it provides is just second nature. Since 1979, their winemakers have been coaxing award-winning wines out of the grapes grown on their Napa Valley estate,…
By Stephanie Hince, AES
Although Grafton, Massachusetts, is just an hour west of Boston, life there is very different. Grafton is a friendly country town with a lovely historical feel. It has been a farming community for centuries, where…
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In November, Sabrina Portner from the University of Minnesota presented on her exciting research into growing 14 different forage and grain crops at three different solar sites. The forages and grain were grown in the context of feeding…
https://www.agrisolarclearinghouse.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/04/asga-asc.png6711430Victorian Tilleyhttps://www.agrisolarclearinghouse.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/02/AgriSolar_stacked_1-338x400.pngVictorian Tilley2022-11-18 09:04:282022-11-18 09:04:30ASGA/AgriSolar Clearinghouse November Teatime: Research into the Effectiveness of Growing Forage and Grain Crops on Solar Sites with Sabrina Portner, UMN
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The AgriSolar Clearinghouse Podcast officially kicks off with a conversation between Meg Caley, Executive Director and co-founder of the Colorado nonprofit Sprout City Farms and AgriSolar Clearinghouse Director Stacie Peterson. They discuss the many additive benefits of agrisolar, the challenges of farming in an obstacle course, and the importance of community.
https://www.agrisolarclearinghouse.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/11/Meg-Caley-1.jpg800884Stacie Petersonhttps://www.agrisolarclearinghouse.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/02/AgriSolar_stacked_1-338x400.pngStacie Peterson2022-11-16 13:08:552022-11-17 13:06:37AgriSolar Podcast Ep. 1: Growing Crops Among the Solar Panels in Colorado
Photo: AgriSolar Clearinghouse
The South Deerfield dual-use array is a research facility built at the University of Massachusetts (UMass) Crop and Animal Research and Education Farm. The pilot project is the result of a team leveraging private,…
The Joe Czajkowski Farm project will be a commercial agrivoltaic array in Hadley, Massachusetts, set to be completed in time for the 2023 growing season. The project was developed through a partnership with Joe and Hyperion Systems, Amherst,…
Farmers in France are Beginning to Combine Solar Panels and Crops
“In the Haute-Saône region, in the northeastern part of the country, an experiment is being conducted by solar-energy company TSE. It is hoping to find out whether…
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