Keeping Our Land And Our Legacy Alive
Solar Farms are not Agricultural
law, the real property tax law, the general municipal law,
the public authorities law, the environmental conservation
law, the New York state urban development corporation act
and the state finance law, in relation to accelerating the
growth of renewable energy facilities to meet critical
state energy policy goals (Part );
Read the text HERE
In Early March of 2020, we are expecting Large developers to roll out a long list of proposed projects, both Article 10 size and smaller across western NY to push the Albany Political Agenda. We ask that any local groups, or concerned residents who hear of any new proposals in their areas, please contact us. The coalition is happy to work with all size groups who want to maintain out rural way of life, and for all concerned to speak out clear and loudly with one message and one voice to Albany.
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NEW video from the NFPA
Stranded Energy—The Battery Issue Threatening Fire Departments
A COALITION OF CONCERNED RESIDENTS AND LAND OWNERS FROM ALL OF WESTERN NEW YORK THAT OPPOSE THE INDUSTRIAL SCALE SOLAR FARMS BEING IMPOSED ON OUR COMMUNITIES.
We are a united group who have chosen to live and raise our families in an agricultural/residential right to farm community. We place high value on family and community, and we desire to maintain our tranquil way of life. We cherish the scenic beauty of our town and pledge to protect and preserve our land, homes, and businesses against any entity that comes here looking to change and destroy our precious land, and its greatest commodity: its people.
What we are protecting.....
Photos by Rachel Wilson
Limitations On Hunting
How Industrial Solar will affect Hunting and Recreational use of firearms all over Western New York.
Issues with Proposed Industrial Scale Solar Farms
Those who choose to live in a rural community never expected that in an agricultural
rural area, millions solar panels that would
decimate their landscape, and their way of life.
Battery Storage Systems
The safety of energy storage systems is under scrutiny after firefighters were injured in an Arizona battery plant explosion in April, and it emerged that at least 23 South Korean plants caught fire in a series of incidents dating back to August 2017.
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