Planting Natives on Solar Farms Workshop
Thursday, April 4, 7:15 am-Noon

Luecht Conference Center, Building B
McHenry County College
8900 US-14, Crystal Lake, Illinois

This workshop is designed to bring solar farm developers together with experts in the field of native plantings. Solar developers and landscaping firms will leave this session equipped with the know-how to be able to successfully design, plant and maintain a native plant community on their solar farm. This session will help developers in the preparation of landscape plant lists and monitoring and maintenance plans required by local permitting authorities.

Who should attend?
Solar farm developers and owners, landscaping firms, government personnel overseeing solar farm installations, prairie and pollinator enthusiasts, solar energy advocates, anyone who wants to learn how to successfully plant Midwest prairie.

Find the workshop agenda and speakers' bios at docs.google.com/document/d/1_PCTYzae2EaioqiRSQJoRY8qWgsPDHpnNlyCw7nn6SE/edit?usp=sharing.

REGISTRATION CLOSES BY MIDNIGHT, THURSDAY MARCH 28.

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Breakfast will be available from 7:30-8 am for all paid attendees.
Breakfast buffet includes coffee. tea, decaf, water, scrambled eggs, hash brown potatoes, bacon, English muffin or mini muffin.
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