celebrating wind power

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The ridge of maple, of meadow, of height,

Is a perfect place to harness the wind’s might. 

Our landscape is changing on the horizon of blue,

Farming the wind, so natural to do!

Farming the wind.  Turbines putting cash in farmers’ pockets.  In this article from the Union of Concerned Scientists, John Rogers, a Senior Energy Analyst spent some time in a New York State with welcoming communities, beautiful rolling hills, picturesque barns and silos—and a ridge-full of wind turbines. What quickly became clear is that, for the host communities, the wind farm isn’t just about economics: the project is also part of the communities’ sense of self.

lange: art, agriculture, agritourism.  Exploring and expanding the intersections of art, agriculture, agritourism, and agrarian systems.  We specialize in Florida’s creative placemaking.  How can we help you grow? 941/875.5190.

 

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