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Pollinator-friendly landscape takes root beneath solar panels in Minnesota
by Jennifer Bjorhus, Star Tribune
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11 July 2021
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Sheep graze through the tall prairie grass, their bleats breaking the quiet as butterflies and insects flit through the native flowers. The pastoral setting is not a restored prairie. It's a solar installation in rural Chisago County -- one of the 16 in Minnesota run by Enel Green Power, a global renewable energy company based in Rome that supplies Xcel Energy.
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In Minnesota, at least, the solar farms are generating more than electricity. Instead of turf, bare ground or gravel, the land beneath Enel's Minnesota installations were all seeded with native pollinator-friendly grasses, sedges, and wildflowers. They've matured into rich native habitats for bees, insects, and butterflies -- in a landscape desperately short of them.
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