View map: Wind farm foes release project sight analysis FEB 1, 2019 | JOSHUA VISSERS | The Mining Gazette The Friends of the Huron Mountains (FOHM) has released a sight analysis of the proposed Summit Lake Wind Project (SLWP) in Baraga County developed with help from the Geospatial Research Facility at the Great Lakes Research Center … Continue reading View map: Wind farm foes release project sight analysis
Wind Turbine Visibility and Visual Impact Threshold Distances
Wind Turbine Visibility and Visual Impact Threshold Distances Robert Sullivan | Visual Resource Analysis, Argonne National Laboratory' Field observation of wind facilities in western landscapes revealed that the facilities were visible at distances of 36 mi (58 km) in both daytime and nighttime views, and were found a major focus of visual attention at distances of … Continue reading Wind Turbine Visibility and Visual Impact Threshold Distances
Blight for Naught: Wind Turbines and the Rationalized Desecration of Nature
“To those devoid of imagination a blank place on the map is a useless waste; to others, the most valuable part.” – Aldo Leopold *
This type of mountaintop removal is praised by many coal mine haters. Wind projects don’t remove as much rock but they add stark, unnatural structures. R.I.P. Mars Hill, Maine.
For this “green” experiment, 12 miles of Laurel Mountain, West Virginia were industrialized, including a battery storage gesture that tries to make wind seem non-transient.
Early explorers would have seen this as an enemy gauntlet, and modern gut reactions are similar. There should be a penalty for ruining unbroken vistas.
Unsettling numbers of environmentalists fail to see that wind turbines are enemies of nature posing as saviors. Calling them eco-traitors is justified when you study the scope of future plans. Wind in the abstract sense is clean and natural, but the physical manifestation of how people “harvest” wind…
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Video: Huron Mountain ORV Ride Michigan Treadhead’s
Our 2015 Michigan Treadhead Huron Mountain ORV ride with stops at landmarks along the way.
The size of 500 foot turbines is hard to grasp.
There seem to be some who just do not grasp how large these 500 foot turbines are. They are as tall as a 50 story building. Many that people have driven by in good wind areas are 200 to 300 feet tall. As the developers go to marginal wind areas they need taller turbines. More … Continue reading The size of 500 foot turbines is hard to grasp.
Visual Blight and Noise pollution.
Since when are 50 Story Industrial Wind Turbines "Pure Michigan"?