Ag Progress Days exhibits focus on important issues for Pennsylvania

Amidst the wide variety of events, activities and exhibits at Penn State’såÊAg Progress Days, Aug. 16-18, theåÊCollege of Agricultural SciencesåÊExhibits Building will provide a focal point for those interested in knowing about a few key issues affecting Pennsylvania and how the college is addressing them.

— Fueling Pennsylvania Progress with Field and Forest Bioenergy. Researchers are studyingåÊwoody biomassåÊas a source of renewable energy and a potential driver of an emerging bio-based economy in Pennsylvania and the Northeast. Presentations will include: Can Biomass Energy Improve My Forest?; What New Economic Opportunities Do Biomass Crops Provide?; Put the Renewable Energy REDA Grant To Work for You; and How Do Biomass Crops Create Healthy Landscapes?2010-tue-apd-5

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Original Article:åÊhttp://news.psu.edu/story/420084/2016/08/05/impact/ag-progress-days-exhibits-focus-important-issues-pennsylvania