Thomas J. Prohaska of The Buffalo News writes on how solar projects and farm animals are proving to be a perfect fit.
- Opponents to solar power often argue that solar’s land footprint takes away from essential agricultural space.
- Farmers in Western New York and around the country are beginning to tend their sheep, goats, and chickens in and around solar panel fields in a process known as “solar grazing.”
- The innovative nature of our farmers shows that it is possible to embrace clean energy and agriculture.
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