How would the Northern Pass transmission line impact the Cohos Trail and our experience of its deep wilderness? Short term, the solitude and peacefulness of the Cohos Trail deep wilderness would be lost during construction (think: helicopters, heavy construction vehicles, blasting …). Long term, the unspoiled views we adore and yearn for, the soothing power … More The Cohos Trail and Northern Pass
Please read this article! https://yaledailynews.com/blog/2018/01/21/samson-locked-out/ Here is the content: RICHARD SAMSON 11:53 PM, JAN 21, 2018 GUEST COLUMNIST For centuries, people in rural communities have battled absentee landlords looking to extract wealth with little regard for local lands, jobs and customs. Coos County, the northernmost county in New Hampshire, is in such a battle … More Coos County, Yale and Northern Pass
Here is what I hope will be my last public testimony before the New Hampshire Site Evaluation Committee, “SEC”, regarding the Northern Pass HV transmission line proposal since both public speaking and writing take me out of my comfort zone. But I feel it is so important to speak out against this extremely destructive energy … More No Northern Pass in New Hampshire!
Here are photos from the Northern Pass protest rally today at the State House in Concord, New Hampshire: Take Action! Please write to Governor Sununu, your representative, senators, and Pamela Monroe, Administrator of the SEC (Site Evaluation Committee at Pamela.Monroe@sec.nh.gov) and let them know you oppose Northern Pass!
I was hiking at a 500 acre park in Rhode Island and as I approached these transmission towers I couldn’t help but think about New Hampshire and the proposed Northern Pass. Will New Hampshire’s hiking trail blazes be on steel like this? How many more paths must we share with steel giants? Raise your voice … More Hiking Among Steel Giants
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!”