Cascabel Working Group
A grassroots organization concerned with the cultural and ecological integrity of the lower/middle San Pedro Valley
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The SunZia Project's potential impact on the unique flora, fauna and historical sites of the Lower San Pedro River valley.
The images in this video were taken along the approved route of the SunZia power lines in the Lower San Pedro River Valley in Arizona. The SunZia power lines are proposed to travel 515 miles from Northeast New Mexico to Pinal County, Arizona, including 30 miles of new corridor through the Lower San Pedro River Valley.
Under the banner of "Saving the Environment," SunZia is proposing to build two 500-kilovolt transmission lines to potential wind farms in central New Mexico to route their power to California. Because this seemed like an environmentally motivated project, we hoped they would run their transmission lines along Interstate 10 to minimize additional environmental impacts. However, since SunZia announced their uncompromising plan to open a 400- to 1000-foot wide path through the largest unbroken wilderness corridor in the Southwest outside the Grand Canyon, their project now threatens the very thing they want the public to believe they are saving.