Come to our Public Information Session!
You are invited to an information session on Industrial Wind Turbines and how they may affect your health and well-being. The 3 qualified speakers will be able to fill in all your questions with real answers. This is a ‘must attend’ session, that will pack several months of self-research into 3 hours of presentations.
sponsored by the Middlesex Wind Action Group
- Date: Wednesday, September 9th, 7:00PM
- Location: Adelaide W.G. MacDonald Public School Gymnasium 29059 School Road, Strathroy
Bring your family, friends and neighbours. Please pass the word around about this event. Everyone welcome.
Our Speakers include:
***Nikki Horton- Port Alma Wind Farm Victim
We are very grateful to Nikki Horton. She will come to speak to us about her experiences living in a wind farm in Port Alma. It may be difficult to believe that the passive looking wind turbines could be so detrimental to your helalth and your family’s, friends and neighbours. Please come and listen carefully. You can read about her coping with the turbines on her blog at: My Next Door Neighbour is a Wind Turbine.
1. Health: Wind Turbine Syndrome
Joan Morris BSc, MHSc, CCRP– Joan lives with her family on a dairy farm near Woodstock. She holds an Honours degree in Human Biology and Biomedical Science and is also a graduate of the Master of Health Science program at U of Toronto, specializing in Community Health and Epidemiology. She is a Certified Clinical Research Professional with 20 years experience in the field of pharmaceutical research, and is currently a Clinical Research Manager in London ON. She will speak on the health effects on humans from wind turbines. More information: Wind Turbine Syndrome
2. Electrical Pollution: Home/Farm/School
David Colling– A dairy farmer for 27 years in Ripley, ON, who has also been a dealer for Bio-Ag Consultants and Distributors since 1991. He has applied his electrical engineering skills gained at Ryerson Polytechnical Institute in recent years to assess electrical pollution in homes/farms and other businesses near several different industrial wind turbine installations in Ontario. More information: Electrical Pollution
3. Wind Industry Scrutinized: Sales Tactics, Contracts
Colette McLean – A seed corn grower from Essex County who also works with pesticide education programs and seed inspection. Colette will expose the misleading statements wind energy proponents often relay to unsuspecting rural residents and growers. Colette’s website: Rural Grubby’s Wind Watch
Map to Adelaide W.G. MacDonald School: