FWS Wind Energy Guidelines Training Broadcast

Dr. Taber Allison, AWWI’s Director of Research and Evaluation, recently joined the first U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) training broadcast series covering the Service’s voluntary Land-based Wind Energy Guidelines. The May 22 webcast focused on the tiered approach framework for determining potential species and habitat effects of wind energy development.

To view the recording, please click here.

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