VIDEO: Water Wells First! group not satisfied with MOECC response to wind turbines' impact on Chatham-Kent ground water

CTV News Windsor
July 09, 2016
By CTV News Windsor
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CTV News Windsor
Water Wells First! protestors gathered in Chatham-Kent July 8 to raise awareness about dirty, turbid well water casued by wind farm construction and operation.
Water Wells First! protestors gathered in Chatham-Kent July 8 to raise awareness about dirty, turbid well water casued by wind farm construction and operation. CTV News Windsor
Chatham-Kent, Ont. – Water Wells First! protestors gathered in Chatham-Kent July 8 to raise awareness about dirty, turbid well water caused by wind farm construction and operation. CTV News Windsor reports. | READ MORE

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