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Resources

A few of our favorite resources:


  • Save Our Skyline Ohio offers a tremendous amount of detailed, relevant information, particularly on the wind industry in Ohio.

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Goodbye and Good Riddance, Buckeye Wind.

For, lo, the winter is past, the rain is over and gone...
-Song of Solomon 2:11-12

A Layout of the Amended Project

Do you want to see where the turbines are located in the amended project?

The proposed turbines are 492 ft. tall, an important factor in considering how EverPower/Buckeye Wind plans to place their industrial machines.

Click HEREfor the link to the map on the OPSB site.

In Honor of Earth Day: A Guide to Refuting Pro-Turbine Arguments

Below, you'll find an excerpt from a great blog post that deals with everything pro-turbine folks like to claim as a valid argument in favor of industrializing residential communities (as in Champaign County) with a network of 500-foot towers that will send energy (when it is produced at all) out of our county.

The whole post is well worth reading. Click HERE to go to the source and read the entire post.

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