Recent USDA data showed that there were 200,000 fewer farms in the U.S. in 2022 compared to 2007. According to a new study, the global farm count is projected to decrease from 616 million in 2020 to 272 million by 2100. | Photo by First Mid Ag Services.
Add this with industrial solar taking prime farm land out of production too, how is this going to affect our food industry in 10, 15 and more years?
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Jill King in Texas shares how blinding solar panels are. Now, they don't enjoy their back yard. It doesn't seem like this topic has been talked about much, but real people having to deal with real issues from solar being installed next to them.
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Solar fire on beverage company on 5/21/23 in Glendale, AZ. See all the toxic smoke too: https://www.facebook.com/GlendaleFire/videos/110587185375844/
Why is the United States allowing millions of acres of prime farmland being taken out of production to put big solar plants on it? Why not do this instead?
When you are outside enjoying nature sounds, don't forget that this is what neighbors, that live next to big solar; will have to listen too...EVERY DAY....ALL DAY LONG! (unmute sound to hear)
Does this sound like living in the country to you?
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Did you see what happened when the solar caught on fire in Vermont? Basically it is ....LET IT BURN until a solar rep arrives. Toxins, smoke just burning for who know how long! Do we want that here in North Beaver Township?
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