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Wind Energy Property Agreements

I came across a great article this morning by Jessica Shoemaker from the Farmers’ Legal Action Group, Inc. (“FLAG”) titled “Negotiating Wind Energy Property Agreements.”  You can find the article online here.  I also co-authored an article on wind leases that you can find here.

If you are interested in negotiating a wind lease on your farm or ranch I highly suggest speaking to an attorney licensed in your jurisdiction.

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