By Mike Tony, Charleston Gazette-Mail
CHARLESTON, W.Va. — High Rocks, an educational programming nonprofit group in Pocahontas County, is planning a solar array.
The bottom line is it’s not about the bottom line.
“Having a solar array is really more about mission and values for us than it is about saving money,” said Sarah Riley, High Rocks’ executive director.
High Rocks’ programs are wide-ranging, generally focusing on middle through high school students. They include summer camps, afterschool activities and STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) education.
Riley predicts having a solar array will give High Rocks a hands-on teaching tool for its science and agriculture programs to learn about solar energy…