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Credit: Greg Forcey


As the U.S. moves toward energy independence the growth of wind, photovoltaic, and other solar technologies will require large areas for energy production. Along with the growth, comes multiple issues for wildlife management.

  • Call for officer nominations

    It’s that time of year again!  We are seeking nominations for our upcoming elections and would like to invite all working group members to consider running for one of the three following Executive Board positions that are currently open:

    • Secretary (2 years) – Duties include recording the minutes of all membership and Executive Board meetings and issuing copies of the minutes to the Executive Board, members, and the Society; and providing updates to the membership after regular board meetings.
    • Member-at-large (3-years) – At-Large Board Members are elected to represent the REWG membership, so we ideally like to have representation across sectors (wind, solar, biomass, hydro, etc.) as well as geographical regions.
    • Chair Elect (1 year as Chair elect, 2 years as Chair, 1 year as Past-Chair) – The Chair-elect assumes the duties of the Chair in the absence of the Chair or upon the inability of the Chair to serve and shall perform any duties assigned by the Chair.  After 1 year, the Chair-elect rotates to become the Chair for 2 years after which the person will serve 1 year as Past-Chair.

    Please reach out to Jenn D’Augustine ( if you would like to discuss how to get more involved.

    Please let us know if you would like to run for one of the open positions or know somebody who might be interested. Elections are normally held in September/October so we can announce the new Board Members at the annual meeting in November.


Membership is available to all current TWS members. You may join our Working Group by logging in to your TWS account.