KELLY FULLER, PROTECT OUR COMMUNITIES, SPEAKS OUT ON LAWSUIT TO PROTECT EAGLES IN EAST COUNTY

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October 9, 2014 (San Diego's East County) -- On our "Green Scene" report aired originally on our East County Magazine Show on KNSJ 89.1 FM radio, we interviewed Kelly Fuller with Protect Our Communities about the local nonprofit's lawsuit filed against federal agencies over the Tule Wind project planned in McCain Valley. The suit alleges that the U.S. Department of the Interior and the Bureau of Indian Affairs ignored advice from wildlife officials at state and federal wildlife agencies, who warned that the wind turbines pose threats to eagles.

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Read more about the lawsuit: http://www.eastcountymagazine.org/conservation-group-sues-protect-eagles-proposed-tule-wind-farm

Listen online now to hear the interview:  http://k007.kiwi6.com/hotlink/8l8mqgxkpz/KelllyFuller-GreenSceneInterview.mp3

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Very Informative Interview

Thank you for the update. So glad Kelly Fuller is a part of the Protect Our Communities Foundation. Our beautiful back country and the wildlife that live there are worthy of preservation. It is also worth protecting for the residents who live there and recreational users like myself who go out there to enjoy nature. Brainstorming alternative renewable energy solutions that do not destroy our East County natural resources is an attainable goal that should be pursued by all in a manner that is equitable to all.