MCLA Students Seek Community Opinion About Wind Energy

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NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — Students at Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts are inviting area residents to participate in an anonymous, online opinion survey about wind turbine development in Berkshire County.

The survey will gather information about what people understand and think about wind turbine development in the Berkshires, as well as throughout Massachusetts. The goal is to help both the students and the general public gain a better understanding of people’s thoughts and opinions on the topic of wind energy and wind turbines.

Students aim to collect responses from as many Berkshires residents as possible, and invite participants to pass the survey link on to family, friends, and co-workers.

The survey should take no more than 10 minutes to complete and can be accessed at surveymonkey.com/s/berkshirewind.

As a thank you for participating, those who complete the survey will have the option to enter a raffle to win one of five $50 gift cards to Amazon.com. Questions and more information about this survey can be directed to Caroline Scully at caroline.scully@mcla.edu.
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