Cody Baumbach pours coffee at Wade's Restaurant in Harlowton during the Festival of the Wind. Baumbach was working at Wade's when Invenergy LLC, a leading clean energy company, started construction on the Judith Gap wind farm in 2005. “We like it,” says Baumbach, referring to wind energy. She likes it even though her electricity bill has gone up three times in the two years since the wind turbines became a fixed feature on the Eastern Montana landscape. (image by Alexia Beckerling)
Cody Baumbach pours coffee at Wade's Restaurant in Harlowton during the Festival of the Wind. Baumbach was working at Wade's when Invenergy LLC, a leading clean energy company, started construction on the Judith Gap wind farm in 2005. “We like it,” says Baumbach, referring to wind energy. She likes it even though her electricity bill has gone up three times in the two years since the wind turbines became a fixed feature on the Eastern Montana landscape.
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