May 8 2019. The voters in L'Anse Township voted to protect Mount Arvon, Michigan's Highest Point, Along with countless waterfalls, streams and headwaters from industrialization! Some places deserve saving for future generations!
May 7, 2019 Michigan Election results are in. Pro wind Kawkawlin supervisor was recalled 3-1. DTE lost in Jonesfield Township in Saginaw County 59%-41%. And L'Anse Township rejected RES America's plan for wind turbines in the Huron Mountains and Michigamee Highlands 55% - 45%.
Residents were divided over the 49-turbine project, which was awaiting the results of a local referendum scheduled for May 7. April 19, 2019 | Andy Balaskovitz | energynews.us Citing planning delays, a global renewable energy developer has canceled plans for a major wind project in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. A local referendum on the project … Continue reading Developer cancels plan for large Upper Peninsula wind project
Pro Wind Turbine April 17 2019 Mailing http://www.desmoinesregister.com Court Ordered turbine removal Energy News : Retiring worn out turbines could cost billions “Decommissioning Estimate for the Green River Wind Farm Phase I” Download presentation: “Green River Wind Farm Decommissioning Risk and Cost”
Summit Lake Wind Project subject of class discussion APR 16, 2019 | Christie Bleck | The Mining Journal MARQUETTE — The Keweenaw Bay Indian Community is concerned about what it believes will be negative environmental impacts from the proposed Summit Lake Wind Project in the Huron Mountains, and those concerns were expressed Monday during a presentation … Continue reading Center for Native American Studies: KBIC Opposition to the Summit Lake Wind Project
‘VACANT LAND MYTH’: HUNDREDS OF US LOCALITIES ARE RESISTING THE SPREAD OF GREEN ENERGY April 11, 2019 | Michael Bastasch | dailycaller.com | [Excerpt Read Full Article] “Rural communities, even entire states, are resisting or rejecting wind, solar, and high-voltage transmission projects" U.S. cities and states have risen up against the spread of solar panels … Continue reading ‘VACANT LAND MYTH’: Rural communities, even entire states, are resisting or rejecting wind, solar, and high-voltage transmission projects
ALL the dark green area would be available for wind development! Watch Michigan's Thumb region be covered in Industrial Wind Turbines Between 2007 - 2018. For a total of 758 turbines, with more planned!
FREE and open to all! Monday, April 15, 2019 at 2 PM – 4 PM EDT 109 Learning Resource Center (LRC), Northern Michigan University, Marquette, MI hosted by: Center for Native American Studies KEWEENAW BAY INDIAN COMMUNITY (KBIC) Featuring KBIC President Warren C. Swartz, Jr. and KBIC Tribal Citizen Larry Loman on KBIC's opposition … Continue reading EVENT 4-15-2019: Wind Turbines in the Wilderness – KBIC Opposition to the Summit Lake Wind Project. Center for Native American Studies