Upper Peninsula Environmental Coalition - Position Paper - July 21, 2018, To: L’Anse Township Board The Upper Peninsula Environmental Coalition (UPEC), representing hundreds of U.P. and other Michigan citizens, wish to convey our position on the proposed Summit Lake Wind Energy Project. UPEC believes that global warming is one of the gravest threats to our planet and humanity, and that … Continue reading Upper Peninsula Environmental Coalition – Position Paper
JOSHUA VISSERS, Staff Writer, The Mining Gazette L'Anse Township Planning Commission following the process and fulfilling their legal responsibilities despite irregularities by the township board.
This collection of wind maps and assessments details the wind resource in the United States. If you have difficulty accessing these maps because of a disability, contact the Geospatial Data Science Team. Wind Prospector This GIS application supports resource assessment and data exploration for wind development. Wind Speed Maps U.S. Annual Average Wind Speed at 30 … Continue reading NREL: Wind Maps
We are all downstream. “The way we treat rivers reflects the way we treat each other” – Aldo Leopold Indian Lake Conservation Preserve | Upper Peninsula Land Conservancy Indian Lake is the source of an amazing amount of freshwater that thousands of people depend on for healthy drinking water, clean fish to eat, safe recreation of … Continue reading We are all downstream. Indian Lake Conservation Preserve Protects the Headwaters of the Peshekee River
Interesting Slide presentation, and much of the same applies to the Huron Mountains. Why Utility Scale Wind Power is Wrong for Vermont By Ben Luce, Ph.D. In-depth presentation on the logistics of wind energy in Vermont and how other energy alternatives make more sense.
Hikers have a new Michigan favorite: Mount Arvon September 28, 2017 | Carl Stoddard | Capital News Service | Great Lakes Echo View of a clearing on Michigan’s Mount Arvon. Image: Wikimedia Commons. You won’t find Mount Arvon listed in many Michigan tour books, despite the peak’s lofty status as the highest point in the … Continue reading Hikers have a new Michigan favorite: Mount Arvon
Take An Unforgettable Drive To The Top Of Michigan’s Highest Mountain July 26, 2018 | Sophie Boudreau | onlyinyourstate.com Michigan When you consider landscapes in Michigan, towering hills might not be the first formations that come to mind. After all, our state is largely known for its gorgeous beaches, beautiful forests, and stunning sand dunes. … Continue reading Before this view is destroyed by Industrial Turbines – Take A Drive To The Top Of Mount Arvon.
Will baraga county risk losing increasing tourism opportunities for the sake of unreliable temporary tax benefits? see letter to editor here: Tourism Revenue - Gone with the Wind Local officials agree that Michigan tourism is on the rise By Gloria Nzeka | May 9, 2018 | Great Lakes Echo | Capital News Service State and local officials’ efforts … Continue reading Will L’Anse township risk losing tourism opportunities for the sake of unreliable short term tax benefits?
Friends of the Huron Mountains not in favor of wind turbine project in L'Anse Jul 25, 2018| Jerry Tudor |uppermichiganssource.com L'ANSE, Mich. (WLUC) - Opponents of a proposed wind turbine project in L'Anse held a town hall meeting Wednesday night. The plan would see 49 wind turbines built on a 120 acre parcel east of L'Anse. … Continue reading Friends of the Huron Mountains not in favor of wind turbine project in L’Anse
Investigation underway into blaze devouring French River park, which started on Henvey Inlet First Nation Jul 24, 2018 | Dave Seglins | CBC News Henvey Inlet construction site where workers say the fire began after a machine got stuck in bone-dry bush. Ontario's Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry is investigating whether construction crews building … Continue reading Massive Ontario forest fire sparked by wind farm construction during extreme fire ban, workers allege.