Will Thomas –Auburn, New Hampshire
Aiming to reclaim the coal-fired plant in Bow, New Hampshire
Personally, [my wife], Wendy and I have not been seriously impacted except our weather patterns have been somewhat abnormal in southern New Hampshire — too much rain, fewer sunny days, and even a few suspected tornadoes. However, many NH and Vermont residents have joined to gather to stage protests at New England’s last coal-burning power station in Bow, New Hampshire, which is about 30 miles from Auburn. Aiming to reclaim the coal-fired power plant in Bow for life-affirming purposes a group of activists used pickaxes, shovels, and rakes to plant a garden in the middle of one of the plant’s access roads on Sunday afternoon. http://indepthnh.org/2021/10/03/we-will-keep-coming-back-until-coal-burning-ends-activists-say/
A lifelong educator, Will Thomas taught US History and America Government at Manchester, NH Central High School from 1969 to 2002. In 1989 he became a member of Veterans for Peace and creates awareness for the Veterans of Peace to people all over the world.