South Shore Conservancy proud of role in wind turbine case


South Shore Conservancy

Endangered Blanding's TurtleApril 21 2015 Picton ON/ The Board of the Prince Edward County South Shore Conservancy thanks their members for their support during the Ostrander Point Appeal. The Conservancy was granted intervener status last year during the stay motion which stopped the project from proceeding before all legal avenues were tested.

The Conservancy which was established in 2001 has always stood for protecting this rare, pristine undeveloped stretch of shoreline on Lake Ontario free from industrial development including wind turbine facilities. The biodiversity, endangered species populations and world recognized Important Bird Area make the south shore the wrong place for industrial scale wind turbine installations.

Our fight to protect the Blanding’s turtle has been at the forefront of the debate since 2010 when Gilead Power announced it planned to build 5.4 kilometres of new roads to accommodate the construction and operation of their proposed project.

The Conservancy wishes to thank our…

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