WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — Purdue Extension is partnering with Hoosiers for Renewables and Indiana Farm Bureau to conduct a complete examine on land use rules for wind and photo voltaic renewable vitality and tendencies associated to local weather change planning in Indiana.
Purdue Extension’s Land Use Crew will survey county plan administrators to find out the land use insurance policies and techniques Hoosier communities presently have in place in regard to local weather change and renewable vitality. The workforce can also be seeking to uncover elements communities contemplate when addressing land use insurance policies and motivations for native governments to approve or reject local weather change and renewable vitality in coverage.
The survey outcomes might be unveiled on the Indiana Land Use Summit, a group planning and land use digital workshop hosted by the Indiana State Division of Agriculture, Indiana Land Sources Council and Purdue Extension on Sept. 8-9. The Land Use Crew may also present a abstract report of wind and photo voltaic ordinance findings in Indiana. With the gathered data, Purdue Extension will create group snapshots of renewable vitality efforts that native leaders can use to make coverage choices and revitalize renewable vitality efforts.
“We recognize the Purdue workforce taking up this initiative to gather and analyze the planning knowledge that counties are presently using. Our purpose is to raised perceive how Indiana communities make choices concerning these advanced points and their related impacts on planning for renewable vitality initiatives,” stated Steve Eberly, government director of Hoosiers for Renewables. “Finally, this challenge will present native officers with a further useful resource to help with their decision-making course of,”
County plan commissioners and native planning departments can count on the survey to be obtainable Monday (Might 3) by Might 28. Survey members might be requested to add content material from wind and photo voltaic ordinances and zoning maps. For data concerning the survey, contact Kara Salazar at email@example.com.
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About Hoosiers for Renewables
Hoosiers for Renewables is a grassroots group devoted to educating the general public about the advantages of native, reasonably priced and clear renewable vitality and the constructive influence of embracing renewable vitality growth in Indiana. Hoosiers for Renewables consider Indiana’s financial system, particularly our rural communities, will develop when there’s a mixture of vitality sources. The group works to advocate, educate, and have a good time renewable vitality and its advantages to communities, its farmers, and residents. For additional details about Hoosiers for Renewables, contact Dave Arland, Arland Communications. 317-201-0084 or by electronic mail at email@example.com.
About Indiana Farm Bureau
Indiana Farm Bureau promotes agriculture by public training, member engagement, and by advocating for agricultural and rural wants. Farm Bureau, as a proactive group, has an obligation to its members to stay related and to react to altering wants by offering alternatives for members to affect constructive outcomes in agriculture and their communities. For added details about Indiana Farm Bureau, please try our web site at www.infarmbureau.org.
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