Teresa L. Carey writes in Scientific American on a Maine blueberry farm that is embracing solar power.
- Sweetland, a low bush blueberry farm in Maine, is putting solar panels on 12 of its 30 acres.
- Agrivoltaics, which is the practice of putting solar energy on productive agriculture land, has been growing in the United States.
- Farmers see it as a way to potentially save money on energy while increasing sustainability.
- Farmers and ranchers are our first environmentalists. To reduce emissions in a meaningful way we will need their innovation and leadership.
Read the full article here.