A thick fog muffles Buffalo Ridge, the gusty plateau stretching diagonally from the Dakotas through southwestern Minnesota and into Iowa, and you can hardly see Dan Juhl’s crop of whirling turbines until the great white trunks are upon you.
OLIVIA — Glen Rohlik is like a growing number of farmers these days. He installed a small wind turbine on his farm in Redwood County and pumps electricity back through the wires of his local Rural Electric Association when the winds produce more power than he needs.
By Tom Cherveny, West Central Tribune
March 16, 2009
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