Oct. 11, 2016 - CO2 Solutions Inc. has sealed the deal on a $7.4 million carbon capture greenhouse project with Fibrek General Partnership, a subsidiary of Resolute Forest Products Inc., and Serres Toundra Inc.
November 9, 2015 – DigitalGlobe has reached an agreement with Intelescope Solutions to enable global-scale satellite imagery data for the forestry industry.
Jan. 29, 2015 - Forest Owner Mobile expands MHG Systems' application portfolio to the consumer sector by introducing real-time forest planning tools to forest owners' mobile devices.
January 7, 2014, Stony Plain, Alta. – The team at PrimeTech has just completed design of the new PT-300. The latest version of this 275 HP tracked, self-propelled carrier (prime mover) is built for forestry management, land clearing and road construction.
August 30, 2013, Weslaco, Texas - Forget switchgrass. Researchers are creating a sugarcane variety designed for ethanol and able to grow in corn country.
April 3, 2013, Swindon, UK – Researchers at the U.K.'s Natural Environment Research Council published a study indicating that adding charcoal to a plot of land before planting bioenergy crops reduces carbon emissions from that plot by about one-third over the long run.
January 18, 2013, Lansing, MI – Marginal lands – those unsuited for food crops – can serve as prime real estate for meeting alternative energy production goals, according to new research.
November 9, 2012, Darby, MT – The owner of a Montana lumber and helicopter logging company is taking wood waste and turning it into a marketable product, "bio logs", which burn hot and clean.
November 1, 2012, Brooksville, KY – Five years ago, University of Kentucky Cooperative Extension Service agents and forage specialists began working with northeastern Kentucky farmers on a project to produce switchgrass for biomass. Now, they are jointly exploring other possibilities for the native, warm-season grass.
October 11, 2012, Columbia, MS – Bioenergy crops can be a good match for areas of fields that have lost productivity.
September 10, 2012, Frisco, CO – The future of forest health and preventing wildfire among dead trees affected by the bark-beetle epidemic are causing officials to join forces in brainstorming possible solutions, including biomass projects.
August 5, 2012, Ithaca, NY - The commercialization of shrub willow as a bioenergy crop could be years closer, thanks to a $1.37 million grant that will allow Cornell University researchers to take advantage of the newly mapped shrub willow genome.
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