A solar powered hoop house enables Chatham39s Eden Hall to grow crops even in the winter months

A solar powered hoop house enables Chatham's Eden Hall to grow crops even in the winter months.

Working farm, solar power highlight Chatham sustainability program

The school’s Eden Hall campus has its own growing fields and is totally reliant on solar power for its food production equipment.

Sprouting up in the rolling rural topography of Richland Township north of Pittsburgh, Chatham University’s 388-acre Eden Hall campus is one of the most sustainability-conscious academic locations in the world. (For a picture tour of the campus, go here.)

Highlighted by the recently opened $50 million Eden Hall Commons Center, the campus i

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