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"Un-Hosting" Leases for Wind Energy Installation Might be Catching on  

It seems there is a great number of proposed wind energy projects pending in the Midwest. Even with some local initiatives that are designed to prevent the placement of such projects in inappropriate areas, projects still are being placed within prime farmland areas and around homes. With some delight…

Malone, WI, February 03, 2008 –(PR.com)– New Local Author with one book under his belt, ventures on his first foray in new trade document revealing the better alternative to industrial wind energy sitings for farmers.

Mike Winkler has written a new book detailing the downside of wind energy developments, aptly naming it “Wind Power…It Blows!” Mr. Winkler utilized www.Lulu.com, the online marketplace for digital content. This paper is project number 1893394 on Lulu.

The book is Wind Power…It Blows! ISBN 9780615180199

The book discusses the fictional battle against wind in Fondue Lake County, more specifically in an area called the “UnHolyland”. In the words of the author, “This book, although fictional, it is as believable as fiction could be. One might think it is an actual account of the fight against wind, and a template for others to follow.”

Now, with this new paper being released, the information becomes almost deniably apparent; those who rushed to sign the leases will ultimately wish they had read this paper before doing so.


Mike Winkler

3 February 2008

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