Steve Klute, a member of the Tarkio School Board, said the revenue from the wind energy project helped the district raise teacher pay.
Antranik Tavitian is a first-year photojournalism graduate student at the University of Missouri. He is a first-gen Armenian-American born in Los Angeles. His work focuses on the intersection of social issues, ethnicity, and identity.
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Wind-powered projects spin up mixed reactions from residents who live near them. The benefit of renewable energy and tax revenue for small communities is being challenged by experiences of those living under the propellor's shadow.
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