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Webinar: University of Arizona Research at Jack's Solar Garden

Agrivoltaics in Colorado Webinar Series

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Agrivoltaics in Colorado: University of Arizona Research at Jack's Solar Garden

Thursday, July 18th, 1:00 PM – 2:30 PM MDT

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Add to Calendar 2024-07-18 13:00:33 2024-07-18 14:30:43 America/Denver Agrivoltaics in Colorado: University of Arizona Research at Jack's Solar Garden Agrivoltaics is the co-location of agricultural activities within a solar array whereby the microclimates of the solar panels impact the growth, health, and production of crops and livestock. The Colorado Agrivoltaic Learning Center is providing a series of discussions about agrivoltaics highlighting various professionals engaged in or adjacent to the field of agrivoltaics. We center our discussions on the outlook for agrivoltaics specifically in Colorado, though certain aspects of agrivoltaic designs or operations can be extrapolated to other areas of the country. In this discussion, University of Arizona researchers Greg Barron-Gafford, Kai Lepley and Tali Neesham-McTiernan, and head farmer at Sprouts City Farms, Liza McConnell, will join us to discuss findings from their research at Jack's Solar Garden and talk a little about what they hope to do next! Total run time of this webinar will be no more than 90 minutes.

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Agrivoltaics is the co-location of agricultural activities within a solar array whereby the microclimates of the solar panels impact the growth, health, and production of crops and livestock. The Colorado Agrivoltaic Learning Center is providing a series of discussions about agrivoltaics highlighting various professionals engaged in or adjacent to the field of agrivoltaics. We center our discussions on the outlook for agrivoltaics specifically in Colorado, though certain aspects of agrivoltaic designs or operations can be extrapolated to other areas of the country. In this discussion, University of Arizona researchers Greg Barron-Gafford, Kai Lepley and Tali Neesham-McTiernan, and head farmer at Sprouts City Farms, Liza McConnell, will join us to discuss findings from their research at Jack's Solar Garden and talk a little about what they hope to do next! Total run time of this webinar will be no more than 90 minutes.

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