"Focus: Environment" piece on Topsham-based Woodlot Alternatives Inc., which pro
"Focus: Environment" piece on Topsham-based Woodlot Alternatives Inc., which provides environmental consulting for development projects based on field biology, including rare species surveys and bird and bat migration studies. The company is establishing a niche analyzing how proposed wind power developments will affect the ecosystems around them. George Kendrick, general manager, said the company has gained a reputation as leaders in the wind field by focusing on field biology, with 44 biologists or environmental scientists on staff. Woodlot has been involved with the controversial Redington Mountain Wind Farm near Stratton over a 12-year period. Woodlot's role as middleman between developers, regulators and public is nothing new, says president and founder John Lortie, adding that they collect unbiased scientific information.
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Swartz, Jonathan, ""Focus: Environment" piece on Topsham-based Woodlot Alternatives Inc., which pro" (2006). Maine News Index – MaineBiz. 3713.
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