What Happens in the Wake of Frac Sand’s Boom and Bust? May 26, 2022: This podcast focuses on sand mining for fracking in Wisconsin but
Continuing 15 years of complicity and turning a blind eye to AD Makepeace’s environmental destruction being done under the ruse of “smart growth” and “cranberry
Instead of smart growth and conservation as promised in 2008, Makepeace is doing industrial sand mining and large solar Our state “Massachusetts Environmental Policy Act”
In Massachusetts, siting board hearings concluded on 10/31/22 on PowerPlus Cranberry Point BESS storage system. The 150 MW project will be located in a residential neighborhood abutting cranberry bogs and over a sole source drinking water aquifer. Experts testified that CP’s application was incomplete and did not have adequate protections for safety and prevention of air toxics in the event of a thermal runaway that will release toxic hydrofloruide gasses.
May 4, 2022 Contact:Linden Jenkinslindajenkins177@yahoo.com606-986-8687 BOSTON, MA – Groups gathered outside Boston’s Westin Seaport Hotel today to protest the National Association of Corporate Directors (NACD)
April 2022: Massachusetts solar and battery subsidies galvanize opposition to protect forests, water and heritage
Town meeting voters pass zoning changes on solar, battery storage, judge rejects solar developer’s challenge to lawsuit Carver voters overwhelmingly pass zoning moratoriums on battery
Plymouth-Carver-Wareham – State permits AD Makepeace to destroy kill rare species, priority habitat for mining operations under the ruse of cranberry agriculture and “green energy”
Our Massachusetts Endangered Species Act protects our unique plants and animals-some found no where else on earth. There are 220 protected rare plants and animals
Wareham: AD Makepeace, Beals+Thomas unpermitted sand mining under the ruse of agriculture & solar destroys 42-acres of Priority Habitat designated by Natural Heritage at Charlotte Furnace Road
The AD Makepeace Co. Charlotte Furnace Road, Wareham solar site is solar gone wrong. 42 acres of BioMap2 Priority Habitat DESTROYED. Beals+Thomas Engineers and MEPA office go along with this destruction. This is a disgrace to our state.