WHAT WILL THIS LOOK LIKE NEXT YEAR IF WE DON’T STOP THIS WIND TOWER MADNESS!
Help educate the people who care the most about corporate takeover, clean energy, and wildlife at these three upcoming events. WE NEED YOU!
When: November 29, 6:15
Where: Christ’s Episcopal Church in Montpelier
What: VPIRG’s (Vermont Public Information Research Group) forum on “how you can fight back against the corporate takeover of the political process”
Why: We’re all about fighting corporate takeover — and we could learn good stuff at this event. There will be lots of corporate fighting Vermonters there to hear our message and recruit to help spread it. VPIRG can also learn from us– so far they’ve been no help fighting big wind corporations.
How: Sign up online: http://salsa.wiredforchange.com/o/5980/p/salsa/event/common/public/?event_KEY=33464 for the forum, RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org so we know who to expect and can organize carpools, then show up early at 6:15 to distribute information and chat with people as they arrive. There will be more information about this action by Saturday!
When: December 3, 8:00AM – 4:00PM
Where: Lake Morey Resort, Fairlee
What: VECAN (Vermont Energy and Climate Action Network) conference on Community Energy and Climate Action
Why: The people attending this conference are the ones who most need to learn about big wind. They are community and political leaders who are concerned about climate change, and trying to make the best decisions for their communities. We can help them! This is also a great place for us to learn about alternatives to ridgeline wind generation.
How: Register online, then RSVP to Peggy at email@example.com so we know who to expect and can organize carpools. Help distribute information to the other attendees.
When: December 5, 7:00-9:00PM
Where: Hazen Union High School, Hardwick
What: Habitat Connectivity and Deer of North America lecture
Why: Ridgeline wind projects are detrimental to habitat connectivity. This lecture will give you an opportunity to learn more about this issue, ask important questions about the effect of big wind, and teach other people who care about wildlife about the problems with industrial wind in Vermont.