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New USFS report released this week, "Wood to Energy: Using Southern Interface Fuels for Bioenergy"
posted May 31, 2018 03:19 AM by doutlaw

The USDA Forest Service and the University of Florida unveiled a new book this week that gives utility and energy companies, planners, investors and others the latest information on the viability of the wood to energy market in wildland-urban interface areas of the South. The free book, titled “Wood to Energy: Using Southern Interface Fuels for Bioenergy,” is posted online at:


“Wood to Energy: Using Southern Interface Fuels for Bioenergy” addresses topics including woody biomass sources in the wildland-urban interface; harvesting, reprocessing and delivery of woody biomass in the WUI; biomass conversion to energy and fuels; the economic availability of woody biomass; economic impact analysis of woody biomass energy development; and public perceptions of using wood for fuel.


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Vist us at the Kanapaha Spring Garden Festival, March 26-27, 2011
posted May 31, 2018 03:30 AM by doutlaw

We will have a booth at the Kanapaha Spring Garden Festival in Gainesville, Florida this weekend, March 26-27.. This festival features about 200 booths offering plants, landscape displays, garden accessories, arts and crafts, educational exhibits, and foods. Also featured are a walk-through butterfly conservatory, children's activities area, live entertainment and auctions, both live and silent.

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