Solar on Farmland – Opportunities and Considerations in NW WA
September 23 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pmFree
Join us on Zoom to learn more about agrivoltaics. Register Here
In the face of Climate Change and development pressure, Northwest Washington needs both solar power generation and increased protection of agricultural land. Agrivoltaics are an emerging strategy that incorporates photovoltaic arrays into agricultural systems. Join us on Thursday, Sept 23rd, from 6:30-8 pm via zoom to learn about the opportunities, considerations, and nitty-gritty details. This presentation is geared toward farmers and agricultural landowners although all are welcome.
“Agrivoltaics provide a rare chance for true synergy: more food, more energy, lower water demand, lower carbon emissions, and more prosperous rural communities,” -Chad Higgins
This webinar is a collaboration between the San Juan County Agricultural Resources Committee, SJC WSU Extension, Oregon State University, and American Farmland Trust.
Chad Higgins Oregon State University, Biological and Ecological Engineering
Addie Candib American Farmland Trust
Moderated by Faith Van De Putte, San Juan County Agricultural Resources Committee
Hosted by WSU San Juan County Extension and SJC Agricultural Resources Committee