A proposed wind farm (large modern windmills for wind-powered energy) at Batsworthy Cross in England has become the subject of a Geography lesson available to teachers on the web. This lesson uses Google Earth to model the proposed wind farm at the actual site, and also has placed the 3D models in a retouched photo at the site to show what they would look like. In addition, a map overlay showing the region is provided as well. The lesson plan and Google Earth file are available at JuicyGeography, an excellent resource for geography teachers I’ve written about before. Unfortunately, probably because the region is less populated, the proposed location only has low-resolution satellite photos. The lesson plan calls for students to reach a conclusion about the proposed plan based on a variety of resources including information from the company proposing the site, and the Google Earth file from JuicyGeography.