Watch a three-part video series below exploring how our work at Snipesville II Solar Ranch is Making Solar Do More.
Land Stewardship with Regenerative Energy®
Silicon Ranch has a responsibility, as a long-term landowner, to preserve the unique heritage of each community in which we locate our projects.
Regenerative Energy® is at the heart of our Snipesville Solar Ranch in agriculture-based Denton, Georgia, and it’s the first site to be managed by our company-owned flock of sheep. We’re marrying regenerative design and land management practices with solar energy production to make solar do more.
Silicon Ranch Making Solar Do More: Fulfilling Our Mission
One of Silicon Ranch’s core values is “We do what we say we will do.” Our 100% project execution track record is made possible by our talented team of employees, all working together to fulfill our promises to communities and partners.
Our team’s mission, creativity, and dedication drive our work in communities from coast to coast.
Partnering With Community: Career Day at the Ranch
As the long-term owner and operator of all of our facilities, Silicon Ranch takes pride in being a good neighbor. We partner with the communities in which we locate to engage local groups like students.
An Animal Science class from nearby Atkinson County High School recently visited our Snipesville Solar Ranch to see firsthand how we co-locate renewable energy generation and managed sheep grazing.
Regenerative Energy is at the heart of our Snipesville Solar Ranch in agriculture-based Denton, Georgia, and it’s the first site to be managed by our company-owned flock of sheep and team of agrivoltaic technicians.
“The livestock production side of things is what we were interested in, and then we’ve just gotten so much more out of that,” said Amanda Wooditch, the agriculture teacher at Atkinson County High School.
We love getting to see the interest and excitement from the next generation in our communities when they visit our facilities.