www.goodnewsnetwork.org/solar-panel-shade-late-summer-increase-pollinator-numbers-oregon-state-university/

Fascinating!!!!

We really do need to spend a little more time observing Mother Nature. I have often wondered why flowers grow so strong on the sides of forest paths. They some sun, obviously, but live in a great deal of shade from the trees. And we don’t see the same cluster of flowers growing in the wide open fields next to these forests.

I’ve guessed the ground has more moisture in the shade or that these are plants that just prefer shade. It’s so much more!

This could be a whole new revenue stream for farmers and improve their crops.

Another reason for the urgent need to embrace Indigenous practices and wisdom. They have always paid attention to Mother Nature.

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