Are you interested in learning how one state is creating a sustainable market for bioenergy crops, while saving taxpayers upwards of $43,000 per year? Or did you know that estimates show that continuing to develop our domestic biomass resources could contribute nearly $259 billion and 1.1 million jobs to the U.S. economy by 2030? Or are you curious how many everyday products are now being produced from algal biomass? If these questions interest you, check out the Bioenergy Technologies Office’s new blog, Bioprose: Building the Bioeconomy through Technology & Communication.
Southeast Agriculture & Forestry
Energy Resources Alliance
107 Cedar Ridge Drive
Canton, MS 39046
- Happy #BioenergyDay! Help spread the BioLove, learn something new about biomass energy and attend a local event! thndr.me/XivuxY --- 1 year ago
- I stand up for forestry and the use of biomass resources in "Generating Controversy" earthisland.org/journal/index.… via @earthislandjrnl --- 1 year ago
- RT @MichiganBiomass: There's more to biomass than just kilowatts. Its a big part of forestry and a big part of ag. goo.gl/RvBT2D --- 1 year ago