Solar Grazing Monthly Webinars

What are Solar Grazing Monthly Webinars?

Virtual events every month to talk, learn & listen!

Hosted by Zoom, these are live events open to the public.

Monthly webinars are: 1st Wednesday of the Month

Monthly webinars start: 6 PM Eastern Time


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Archived Calls

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Where do I put my flock now? Contingency planning for Solar Grazing

By ASGA | June 28, 2024

Many new and experienced solar graziers have been in the difficult position of having their flock ready to mobilize on solar sites, when suddenly their start date is pushed back…

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Raising the Panels for Cattle Grazing (ASGA Call 78)

By ASGA | June 5, 2024

How do you make solar arrays cattle proof and what does cattle grazing under solar panels look like now? To provide an update on some of the latest developments in…

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Vegetation Management Budgeting with Cornell’s Todd Schmit (ASGA Teatime)

By ASGA | May 21, 2024

Following up on our April panel discussion on solar grazing budgets and our December presentation from Bobbie Severson on developing solar grazing co-ops in the northeast, we invited Todd Schmit…

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Northern Exposure: Agrivoltaics in Alaska and the Northern U.S. (ASGA Call 77)

By ASGA | May 2, 2024

For this webinar, we tackled high-latitude agrivoltaics in Alaska and North Dakota. First we heard from the team developing the agrivoltaics research project at the Houston Solar site in Alaska. They…

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ASGA Teatime Replay: Jumping into Large-Scale Grazing in TX and the Southeast with Chad Raines

By ASGA | April 11, 2024

We had great a farmer-to-farmer chat with Chad Raines, a solar grazier and ASGA Board member based out of Lamesa, TX. Chad told us how he transitioned from targeted grazing…

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ASGA Call 76 Replay: How Big Is Solar Grazing in the U.S.? (ASGA Census Results)

By ASGA | April 4, 2024

75 grazing enthusiasts joined our webinar on the state of solar grazing in the U.S. ASGA’s Alyssa Andrew presented the preliminary results of the ASGA solar grazing census. She provided…

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ASGA Teatime Replay – Wicked wins and epic fails: 7 years of solar grazing with Lyndsey Smith & Chris Moore

By ASGA | March 28, 2024

It’s one thing to get your solar grazing business off the ground, but what challenges and opportunities can you expect once your solar grazing operation is in its 3rd or…

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Recording: Fourth Annual Membership Meeting of the American Solar Grazing Association

By ASGA | March 25, 2024

2023 was a groundbreaking year as ASGA’s membership grew, we launched a number of new initiatives, and our members represented solar grazing and its benefits at events across the U.S.!…

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ASGA Call 75 Replay: Digging into Vegetation and Soil Management Planning for Solar

By ASGA | March 19, 2024

Proper vegetation and soil management planning on solar sites is key to good land stewardship and setting up a project for successful vegetation cover. With the application of industry leading…

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ASGA Teatime Replay: From Struggling Dairy Farmer to Successful Solar Grazier (+ How to Grow Efficiently)

By ASGA | February 14, 2024

Jonathan Northrop (Watertown, NY) joined us to discuss how he transitioned from a struggling dairy farming business to become a successful sheep farmer and solar grazier, combined with a direct-consumer meat…