Love of the Wild Lands of the Highlands tends to go hand in hand with opposition to wind farms, partly as it exactly those wild open spaces that wind farm developrs target. Wild Land News this time has a very good article on the peril of Wind Farms, especially in the Monaliadths. What we prefer to call the Loch Ness Ring of Steel.
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