Wind energy is fast becoming a part of the Texas Panhandle’s valuable resources and a workshop tomorrow can help anyone who is interested learn more.
The event is designed to give you an overview of wind energy from the viewpoint of the state, developers and the landowners involvement.
You can attend the workshop at the Swisher County Courthouse in Tulia Tuesday evening from six to nine.
The workshop sponsored by the Texas Department of Agriculture is open to anyone wanting to attend.
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