Let Farmers Decide how to Use their Own Land!
An anti-renewable activist tells her county Supervisors that farm owners who leased a part of their farm for solar energy “don’t need that farm.” She wanted her local government to take away the option for that family – and others – to decide for themselves how to use their land.
Tell your county Supervisors to respect your property rights!
Renee Potts’ Mom and Dad purchased a farm near Palo after her dad left the Navy. Her father is older and no longer able to farm, and Renee and her siblings can’t take it over. Rather than sell and lose their family legacy, Renee’s family chose solar for a portion of their farm.
Solar Saves the Potts Family Farm
As she told Linn County Supervisors at a hearing on the future of the solar project Renee’s family is leasing to:
Anti-Renewable Leader to Potts Family – You Don’t Need That Farm
As an anti-renewable leader told the Linn County Board of Supervisors, mentioning the Potts family specifically:
If they can tell you that you can’t have solar panels on your personal property, what else can they tell you to do with your land?
Families Like the Potts Will Benefit from Renewable Energy Projects – and So Will Everyone in the County
Help other families like the Potts keep their land
Protect Property Rights