Globe and Mail - Solar energy: a hot new harvest
Government incentives make solar energy more viable for those who couldn’t afford it before, including small farmers trying to survive.

Alternative Energy - Options to empower the small farm
Attention farmers, you might have an ace up your sleeve when it comes to alterative energy. That ace is land – a place to site wind turbines and solar panels and grow biomass crops. “Farmers have lots of it,” says Joe Botscheller, as he talks about land being a crucial component of alternative energy production. Botscheller, a director at Farmers for Economic Opportunity, thinks farmers are poised to reap the benefits of an increasing demand for renewable energy.
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