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Take Action

Protect Wentworth Valley does not want any industrial wind turbine project in the Wentworth Valley area to have a negative impact on wildlife, human health,  economic development, and the general peace and enjoyment of the valley and surrounding communities.  Our success depends on your support. Here are some ways you can help now.  

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Provide Your Input

Now is your opportunity to give input to the Nova Scotia Government. These two important press releases provide an opportunity to respond to the province's Protected Areas Strategy and  Environmental Assessment Process.  The deadline to provide your input for both of these is October 6th.

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Donate Now

Protect Wentworth Vally has filed an application for a judicial review. The Higgins Mountain Environmental Assessment was passed with a lot of unanswered questions and community concerns were not addressed. We need to raise at least $30,000 to pay legal fees for the judicial review of the Higgins Mountain Wind Farm Environmental Assessment, and for ongoing administrative, social media and website maintenance costs.  Click below button to donate via PayPal or  email to donation with a cheque or cash.


Business Sponsorship

By becoming a business sponsor you can help us continue our efforts and protect Wentworth Valley from irrevocable decisions with potentially devastating outcomes

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Get a Sign

Show your support by placing a Protect Wentworth Valley sign on your property. Order a sign simply by emailing us.  Donations welcome and appreciated.


Give Your Input

Colchester wants to hear from you!  Stop by their open houses on Tuesday November 2 (Council Chambers) or Wednesday November 30 (Debert Fire Hall) from 4pm to 7pm to share your thoughts with municipal staff and planning advisory committee members on the future of wind development in Colchester County. 


Urgent! Write a Letter 

Your opinion matters.  Write  a letter  to the RFP Procurement Administrator and copy your municipal representatives, provincial politicians,  local and provincial newspapers, or the industrial wind turbine project proponents telling them your concerns.


Give Your Input

A Public Hearing regarding revised policies and regulations related to wind turbines will be held at 4:00pm, Wednesday,June 15, 2022, in the Upper Nappan Council Chambers, Upper Nappan Service Centre, 1395 Blair Lake Rd, Upper Nappan. Public Hearings are open public.

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Wentworth Field Trip

As part of Nature Nova Scotia's 2022 Celebration of Nature, "Wentorth Locals" with Leslie Dyke from Protect Wentworth Valley is offering a field trip on  Sunday May 29, 2pm.  Meeting place is HWY 4 #15059 (by Four Seasons of Adventure billboard).


Virtual Talk

As part of Nature Nova Scotia's 2022 Celebration of Nature,  join a virtual talk on Sunday May 29, 6pm about the efforts underway to save the endangered mainland moose with Dr. Karen Beazley. Expert talks on biodiversity immediately follow Dr. Beazley's talk.


Give Your Input

The Municipality of Cumberland is conducted a review of municipal regulations controlling small and large wind turbines. The draft recommendations were available for public input until  May 9, 2022. Thanks to all who shared their feedback.  Read our feedback below.

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RES Community Meeting

RES Canada hosted a virtual community meeting on May 5, 2022.  Thank you to all who attended. Read our letter to the RFP Procurement Administrator detailing RES's lack of  transparency and required procedures in the Rate Base Procurement RFP Bid Process.


Sign Our Petition

Thank you to the many concerned citizens who signed our petition calling on the Nova Scotia government to protect Nova Scotia Mainland Moose in Cumberland/Colchester Counties.   

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Community Meeting

Protect Wentworth Valley hosted a virtual Call To Action community meeting on Thursday, February 24, 2022.  Thank you to all who took the time to  attend.  If you missed out, you can still learn what's at stake and how your help is needed. 


Give Your Input

The Municipality of Cumberland is conducting a review of municipal regulations controlling small and large wind turbines. Thanks to all who sent letters of concern relating to the location, approvals and decommissioning of both small and large wind turbines.


Follow us

Our social media following is growing! Follow us on Facebook, like and share!  You'll also find us on Instagram and Twitter.


Open House

Higgins Mountain wind turbine project open house #2 took place on December 4, 2021. Their 10 minute allocated question period expanded into 2 hours with multiple concerns on this industrial wind turbine project.


Information Session

Protect Wentworth Valley hosted its first information session about the proposed Higgins Mountain industrial wind turbine project on Saturday, November 27th, 2021 at the Wentworth Recreation Centre. Our sincere Thank You to all who attended.

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