Residents are upset over the construction of solar farms within metres of their homes

Taylor Dodge
By Taylor Dodge
Updated March 19 2022 - 8:50pm, first published 2:00am
CHANGE OF VIEW: Just metres from where North Wagga resident Maree Crowley is standing in her property is where a solar farm will be constructed, with Boorooma in the distant background. Picture: Taylor Dodge
BEFORE AND AFTER: Pam and Rick Martin of Borambola spent 30 years resurrecting the burnt land surrounding the proposed Mates Gully solar farm site after bushfires saw it burnt to ashes. Picture: Contributed

THE rapid expansion of solar farms into Wagga and the surrounding district has caused consternation among residents situated close to the target sites.

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Taylor Dodge

Taylor Dodge

Journalist

Now working for The Daily Advertiser, Taylor has more than three years of experience working as a Journalist for Australian Community Media covering an array of topics. Connect with her at taylor.dodge@austcommunitymedia.com.au.

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