"Getting Landowners through the First Steps: Land use decisions now have repercussions that stretch decades into the future" by William Opalka, North American WINDPOWER, Volume 2, Number 3, April 2005.
Harvesting The Wind
by Kindra Gordon
Looking for another crop to harvest? Consider the wind. Wind turbines are compatible with raising crops, forages and livestock, says Lisa Daniels, director of Windustry, a Minnesota-based organization devoted to educating landowners about wind energy. They take less than 2% of the land out of production, and it's an additional source of revenue. With wind energy potential pegged at 10,777 billion
- Native Americans Breaking Trail for Green Power
Reading, Writing, Wind Energy & Arithmetic Construction of the Eldora-New Providence wind turbine
Case Study: Eldora, Iowa
From his office in the small central Iowa town of Eldora, Eldora-New Providence Community School District Superintendent Bill Grove can see the money his district is saving in energy costs every day by tracking the performance of the wind turbine standing on the grounds of the high school.
Minnesota Public Radio, has a number of online articles and resources about Wind and other Renewable Energy sources
Minnesota's wind-power industry is picking up speed.
By Mary Hoff
Photography by Michael Petersen
Minwind I & II: Innovative farmer-owned wind projects
2002 Farm Bill Makes History with New Energy Title