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Northfield MA: BlueWave solar proposed for 126 acres of prime farmland, Indigenous site

Update: April 12, 2022 Franklin Superior Court Judge Francis E. Flannery rejects Blue Wave Solar effort to dismiss lawsuit by local residents challenging 72-acre ground mounted solar and battery storage facility in Northfield Farms neighborhood.

Northfield: Breaking News /Northfield Appeal Filed

Read more about the cultural significance of this site at www.nayyag.com and how Massachusetts Historical Commission is not adequately protecting Indigenous cultural sites from industrial developments like this.

Wampanoag Voices Address Extraction: Indigenous voices address extraction, deforestation and the destruction of sacred burial sites in Wampanoag Territory Factoid on the film: It has taken tens of thousands of years to build the Pine Barrens. Wampanoag’s have lived on the land here for up to 30,000 years according to some experts. The soils have been undisturbed and building up since the last glacier 11,000 years ago.

A Shady Plan for Sunny Farmland in Northfield, MA

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