Solar Grazing Calls
What are Solar Grazing Calls?
Free calls every month to talk, learn & listen!
Calls are at 6 PM Eastern using Zoom.
1st Wednesday of the Month
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Call Replay Available: Announcing the debut of the solar beekeeping contract: Join ASGA, American Beekeeping Federation, and Fresh Energy at the live webinar on June 22, 2021. >> Click here to register for the event. Our presenters for this call were Mike Kiernan, Founder of Bee the Change, Vermont; Russ Young, Head of Operations for Engie, Renewables; and Emma Kampherbeek, Master’s Student…
Call Replay Available: Hear from our three fantastic presenters: Aron Patrick, Kelley Yates and Michael Moore. Our topic for this call is Solar Grazing In Kentucky: a unique collaboration. Watch the lambcam and get excited! Your hosts: Judy St Leger of Dutch Barn Farm & Lexie Hain About our presenters: Aron Patrick is the manager of Technology Research and Analysis for LG&E and KU. Aron is responsible…
Call Replay Available: Hear from our two fabulous guests Kathy Voth of On Pasture, and Alexis Pascaris of Michigan Technical University as they speak on agrivoltaics & policy. Call Guests: Kathy is the founder and publisher of On Pasture, the most read grazing publication today. She’s also known for creating a simple method for teaching cows…
Call Replay Available: The Clean Energy Council has been working on a case study of solar grazing in Australia. Our guests have spent the past year interviewing sheep producers and solar firms across Australia. Their report is forthcoming. They will be presenting live to ASGA before its official release (March 11). Call Guests: Anna Freeman,…
Call Replay Available: Two experts in pasture management help us think about planning our 2021 grazing season. They’ll help with questions like… How many sheep per acre? Call Guests: Kitty O’Neil, Agronomist at Cornell Cooperative Extension-NY Karen Hoffman, USDA/NRCS Resource Conservationist Soils, seeding, forages…let’s think about how the solar pastures will be…
Call Replay Available: The team at Oregon State is doing piles of work to document sheep health and solar grazing, sheep management and insect biodiversity, forage growth and more. Some research is published, others are in the works. Just out is the paper Pasture Production and Lamb Growth in Agrivoltaic System. Call Guests: Authors Dr.Serkan Ates,…
Call Replay Available: We have three terrific guests joining us for this call! Call Guests: Matt LeRoux, Agriculture Marketing Consultant Tips for processing and marketing during COVID: A focus on the crisis consumer, creating commodity friendly bulk lamb and processing issues. Jonathan Barter, ASGA & Delaware River Solar Establishing a solar grazing program in New York: opportunities…
Call Replay Available: A deep dive into Solar Project Development & Construction, CoLocation with four outstanding experts in the field. Call Guests: Lian Niu, managing member at Eitri Foundry Christopher McCabe, Director of Operations, Eitri Foundry Vermont Dept of Agriculture’s Alex DePillis Vermont’s Grazing Specialist Kimberly Hagen Eitri Foundry has developed projects in Vermont and nearby states. Vermont has a very carefully…
Recorded webinar: CLICK HERE “Design and progress of an experiment to quantify the effect of sheep density on pollinators and soil carbon.”
We’ll have a special promotion of the new film by Diana Rodger’s team at Sacred Cow – out this fall. She will on the call to drop hints about the release date and, better yet, how sheep feature in the film. Our featured guests will bring us news of solar grazing in the Midwest: Hoosier…
June 2019 Solar Grazing Call
- Professor Chad Higgins, Oregon State University
- Mary Smallman, Instructor at the Oregon State Sheep Center,
Author of Agrivoltaics Paper
- OSU 2018 Study
- Press: Solar arrays could be used as resources for plant productivity, study shows
May 2019 Solar Grazing
- Andrew Wilson, The University of Queensland, Australia
Director of Sustainability
- Sarah Haskmann, Sustainability Department, University of Queensland