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Hundreds Protest Scotland Wind Farm

Hundreds Protest Scotland Wind Farm

Over 300 people turned out this weekend to protest a proposed wind turbine farm in the Scottish Borders region.

The group, monikered “Say No To Fallago” held the protest in the Lammermuir Hills, which is an area in the country that the group says will be ruined by the 48 turbines proposed by North British Windpower.

“If it is approved, the Scottish government will be declaring open war on Scotland’s countryside — no landscape will be safe from industrialization by these high rise wind machines,” Fallago spokesman Mark Rowley told The Daily Telegraph.

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