BLM and USFWS discuss Chokecherry wind farm

 

Doug Radunich

Heather Schultz, far right, of the BLM Rawlins Field Office listens to questions and comments from Mae Smith, far left, and Carol States regarding the Chokecherry-Sierra Madre Wind Farm Project. The three were viewing the historic and scenic trails in the area planned for CCSM.

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife (USFWS) joined the BLM Rawlins Field Office at the Platte Valley Community Center Dec. 17, to present more information regarding the Chokecherry and Sierra Madre (CCSM) Wind Energy Project.

Nearly 40 people came to the PVCC that evening, where officials from the BLM and USWFS gave presentations, took questions from the audience and guided people through the project plan. Representatives from Power Company of Wyoming (PCW) were also present at the meeting to address questions and concerns.

The BLM and USFWS are conducting two separate scoping periods concerning the...



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