Called for changing state subsidies to avoid loss of forests, wetlands, Indigenous sites Revised state SMART solar regulations did nothing to improve th solar siting
Grassroots campaign calls on Governor Baker to put moratorium on state subsidies for large solar that cuts down forests, harms waterways and Indigenous sites. They deliver 1,400 petitions for smart solar siting in Massachusetts.
30 acres of farmland at two locations threatened by industrial solar Suburban town with precious little forest and farmland left targeted by industrial solar One
Plymouth: ZBA refuses to take action on Spencer mining operation under the ruse of subdivision road on Long Pond Road
January 17, 2023 — ZBA issues Decision in Case No. 4077, refuses to enforce the Bylaw despite credible evidence of violations – decision below. ZBA
Taking action to save forests is a critical tool for addressing for fighting climate change October 2022 study from Harvard Forest research center calls for
Carver: Still asking for answers on PineGate’s toxic arsenic poles for “dual use” solar on cranberry bogs
On Jan. 11, 2023, Superior Court Judge O’Shea ruled against a citizen case brought to enforce the wetlands bylaw and protect our water PineGate’s $32
Plymouth’s Conservation Commission was recently stacked with developers by the Selectboard. In September 2022, the Commission was off and running rubber stamping permits, issuing permits and opinions in violation of the Wetlands Bylaw and state wetlands law. We are pulling back the curtain on the Commission’s violations and disregard for our wetlands, drinking water and wildlife.