Policies that encouraged wind power development allowed Dan Juhl, right, of Woodstock to launch a company that has developed more than 1,500 megawatts of community-owned electric capacity in the last 30 years. In contrast, John Baumgartner, left, of Olivia, founder of Boumgartner Environics Inc., said he has provided most of his engineering and consulting services for farm-based renewable energy projects outside the U.S. (Tribune photo by Tom Cherveny)
Cap and trade could benefit agriculture if it has role in shaping climate legislation
WILLMAR -- Climate change legislation could offer economic benefits to farmers, if they have a role in shaping it.
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