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Sheep are grazing below Minnesota solar panels that invite pollinators to thrive
by Andy Corbley
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12 July 2021
On 12 July 2021 Good News Network reported:
Fox sedge grasses wave in the prairie breeze, monarchs bob on swaying milkweed, while sheep graze on wild Canadian rye and the sun's warming rays kiss the solar panels above. ...The grasses and flowers don't only help the pollinators and monarch butterflies, but their dark colors and shade keep the ground temperature lower than if it were bare grey stones or sand, which in turn helps keep the solar panels cooler, increasing their electricity generation.
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