Wind power fight not over, says Maine EF!

27 Jun

From Bangor Daily News

A statement by Maine Earth First! followed the Tuesday conviction of two of its associates for their role in a Franklin County demonstration last summer. Maine Earth First!’s Jessie Dowling says the group feels strongly that industrial wind is a false solution to climate change. The Sun Journal reports members remain committed to defending Maine’s mountain forests as a habitat for rare and endangered species. On Tuesday a Franklin County Superior Court justice sentenced Erik Gillard of Plainfield, Vt., and Willow Cordes-Eklund of Minneapolis, both 27, to serve 10 days in jail and pay $500 fines. The two were involved in a protest against a wind project in Kibby Township.


One Response to “Wind power fight not over, says Maine EF!”


  1. Write a letter to Willow Cordes-Eklund in jail for defending Maine’s mountains « Earth First! Newswire - August 29, 2011

    […] Willow a letter in jail today. She received a 10-day sentence for blocking construction of TransCanada’s industrial wind turbines in endangered lynx habitat on the Boundary Mountains, starting August 25, so notes mailed in the […]

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