The Southeast Partnership for Integrated Biomass Supply Systems has released its latest newsletter. This month’s newsletter explores impacts of feedstock composition on alcohol yields and GHG emissions, cottonwood-hybrid poplar demonstration plots, and runoff water quality from bioenergy crop land conversions. The IBSS Partnership is supported by Agriculture and Food Research Initiative Competitive Grant no. 2011-68005-30410 from the USDA National Institute of Food and Agriculture. Visit http://www.se-ibss.org/documents/newsletters.
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