New Guide To Solar Energy Development & Land Conservation Available From PA Land Trust Assn

The PA Land Trust Association has a new Guide To Solar Energy Development and Land Conservation available.

An enormous boost in solar energy production is one of the actions needed to help stop the dramatic rise of carbon in the atmosphere and better ensure civilization's long-term prospects.

PALTA created this new guide to explore issues that conservationists may want to consider in order to both advance their land conservation work and support solar energy development.

Click Here to download a copy.

Visit PALTA’s Conservation Tools website for more guides, model documents and more related to land conservation.

For more information on programs, initiatives and upcoming events, visit the PA Land Trust Association website, Click Here to sign up for regular updates from PLTA, Like them on Facebook, and Follow them on TwitterClick Here to support their work.

The 2020 PA Land Conservation Conference will be held in Gettysburg April 1-3.

(Reprinted from the PA Land Trust Association news webpage.)


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