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Presented By: Graham Sustainability Institute

Western UP Wind Energy Webinar

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On Wednesday, May 19th at 6:30 pm, Dr. Sarah Mills from the University of Michigan and Bradley Neumann from Michigan State University Extension will offer a webinar on the local impacts of wind energy projects, specifically geared toward the Western UP.

As part of a grant from the Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy (EGLE), the University of Michigan has created extensive online resources to help communities as they plan and zone for wind energy. The aim of these resources is to help communities understand the positive and negative impacts of wind projects so that they can make informed decisions about whether and where renewable energy might be appropriate in their township. Among the resources included is a sample zoning ordinance developed by MSU Extension. The University of Michigan has also been offering a multitude of webinars on planning and zoning through the EGLE/UM Clean Energy & Energy Management Webinar Series, including this special webinar tailored specifically to the Western UP.

To join the Zoom webinar, follow this link:

Or, dial in: (301) 715-8592 and enter webinar ID: 913 7980 5981 #.

Attendees who join online (through the link above) will be able to submit questions during the webinar, but you can also submit questions ahead of time through the Webinar Question Form (under Related Links) so that they can be addressed in the presentation.

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