Renewing Forests in Colorado: Opportunities in Bioenergy

Posted by in Home Improvement Tips, on October 15, 2016

Mike Eckhoff, Special Projects Coordinator of the Colorado State Forest Service and Biomass Coordinator of the Regional USDA Forest Service, and John Twitchell, Steamboat Springs District Forester of the Colorado State Forest Service, describe how millions of acres of beetle-killed trees have impacted the environment and economy of the State of Colorado, but reveal how these challenges provide unique opportunities for growth in the bioeconomy by using this biomass and other forest wastes to provide bioenergy.


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