Farmers skeptical of wind turbines, but more accepting of certain proposals, U of A study shows

New research from the University of Alberta sheds light on how agricultural landowners in Alberta view wind turbine proposals on their land.

Between December of 2018 and March of 2019, 401 large-scale agricultural landowners from across Alberta participated in an online survey that asked them to rate six hypothetical scenarios about wind farm developments.

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