Monthly Archives: September 2014

Seeing the Forest for the Trees

It’s time to SEE the forests for all the trees, and all the manufacturing, ecosystem, energy AND carbon benefits those trees contain. A new study by nine scientists and forestry experts—a broad examination of carbon accounting for forestry, wood products … Continue reading

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The Walls Are Coming Down

Limited infrastructure, including rail transportation to haul biofuel feedstocks, pipelines to move biofuel to markets and pumps to dispense higher blend fuels like E85, have been major barriers to the further penetration of biofuels into the U.S. transportation market. Thankfully … Continue reading

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A New Level of Leadership

In farm country, there’s a new breed of leaders. Whether it’s a family operation, a small farm, or a larger operation – there’s a new level of sophistication among today’s farmers. Long gone are the days when everyone farmed a … Continue reading

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Awash in Corn

Most of us can imagine a bushel of something–a bushel of apples, raking bushel baskets of leaves, or for those on the East Coast, even a bushel of blue crabs or oysters. But few of us can imagine the number … Continue reading

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