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Solar and Agriculture Integration. Sampling 30 Agrovoltaic Sites with NREL
College Interns Apolonia and Jacob conducted agrovolatic research and soil sampled 30+ solar sites in Colorado and Minnesota while working with the National Renewable Energy Laboratory.
Measuring Soil Carbon for Organic Dairy Farmers with Stonyfield Organic
College Interns Maggie and Sar describe their time soil sampling on Stonyfield Organic direct supply farms in Vermont and New York.
TSIP partnerships to generate ecological insights in solar facilities
TSIP works through key partnerships to collect, aggregate, and store soil data in an ongoing effort to quantify the impact of solar facilities on soil carbon.
Soil Research and Regenerative Farming at Caney Fork Farms
College interns Hana and April share their experience doing 10 weeks of soil research — including testing a new bulk density method — chestnut tree monitoring, and regenerative farm work with Caney Fork Farms in Carthage, TN.
A Coastal Farm Measures Soil. Sampling at Ocean Hour Farm
College interns Dominick and Jonathan reflect on summer research soil sampling at Ocean Hour Farm in Newport, RI.
Should We Use Hand Held Spectroscopy to Measure Soil Carbon? The Method Did Not Effectively Predict Soil Organic Carbon in the Southern Great Plains
Data from a visNIR reflectometer may not, depending on soil types and dynamics, effectively predict soil organic carbon content.