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Anza-Borrego Desert State Park

Anza-Borrego Desert State ParkStretches of Anza-Borrego Desert State Park no longer resemble the alluring desert preserve that George Marston and his colleagues presented to the people of California. A scourge of towering, dangerous commercial wind farms, which encroach on the park's rugged beauty, trails, and avian and wildlife habitats has created a visual blight, permitted because the BLM has orders to generate clean energy on public land, regardless of any negative impact on natural and cultural resources, wildlife, or visitor experience, and regardless of the facts that these windmills use more energy than they produce. One wind farm of more than 90 towers shares a five-mile boundary with Anza-Borrego Desert State Park, severely intruding on formerly pristine skies and heart-stopping vistas across desert and mountains. Wind farms are removable and SOHO urges the BLM to make that the next step.

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