Harvesting the Wind

When I lived in rural Illinois years ago (I mean really rural, like a half hour to any sort of town and 45 minutes to buy groceries) corn and soybeans were the main crop, with an occasional farm growing a herd of cattle, usually Black Angus or Hereford.  Now there is a whole stretch of new crop on the horizon.  There are some people who don’t like to see these tall white ghosts with revolving arms dotting the countryside, but when I look at them, I see clean energy, green trees, fresh air, and a healthy environment.

What do you see?

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