Here’s that insightful song, “Live Free or Die”, by Katie Rose that I loved listening to early on in the Northern Pass process. It gives me hope . . . And another inspirational song that I just found today, “What We Have Left” by Jan Marvel, AttaGirl Records. A powerful message . . . … More Insightful Songs About the Northern Pass
Here are links to documentaries about the very controversial Northern Pass. Please let me know if I’ve missed any. Please note that there is a new proposed underground section of the route through Grafton County (west part of Bethlehem down to Bridgewater) to reduce impacts to the White Mountain National Forest but all the documentaries … More Northern Pass Documentaries & Personal Stories
I had a lot on my mind lately . . . I often wonder what made Hydro-Quebec and Eversource think it was a good idea (aside from profits) to build an extremely visible winding pass miles and miles and miles long of intrusive steel pylons to support high voltage transmission lines through so many towns, … More “Stop The Madness!”
In this mad haste to be the leader in “clean” energy we are degrading the environment at an alarming rate. We are borrowing the land from our children (quote unknown) and need to act more responsibly. “We have such a brief opportunity to pass on to our children our love for this Earth, and to … More Where Do The Children Play
Back when the forests were being clearcut for logging and again today with the 192 mile transmission line proposal we are fighting to save the forests, and much more, of New Hampshire. “Passing Thoughts” is a place to share personal thoughts about the controversial proposed “Northern Pass”, a 192 mile transmission line of 1,090 megawatts … More About This Journal
I think about the name, “Northern Pass”, often. It sounds so cordial. It sounds like the innocuous name of a hiking trail, or ski trail for that matter, no? Well it’s not that benign. In fact, it’s not benign at all. The “Northern Pass” is a clever name for a proposed intrusive hydropower energy project that … More What’s In A Name?