Davis, Charlie and Suzanne 2011-07-06

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General Interview Information

Interviewee Name: Charlie and Suzanne Davis

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Date: July 06, 2011

Location: Sweetwater, Texas

Interviewer: Andy Wilkinson

Length: 01:04:18


Video Start up, Recap interview with Greg Henley, Wind farm impacts on people, Trent Mesa, Florida Power & Light, Red lights at night, Push to get the place built, government incentives, Wind farm impact on their lives, Noise, Horizon, Birds, Cattle, Upset neighbors, Class lawsuit against Buffalo Gap and Horse Hollow, Maintenance, Impacts on culture, Money back into land, Tax abatements, Sweetwater, Blackwell, Industrialization of rural America, Rural electrification lines, Benefits the cities, Urban waste of electricity and water, Farmers and ranchers as original environmentalists, Wind turbines, What it’s doing to the weather, Struck by lightning, Rain shadow, Weather, Paid for wind

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