2017 Western Statewide Wood Energy Forum - SWET - UC ANR
2017 Western Statewide Wood Energy Forum - SWETNovember 14-16, Fresno, California. This 4th annual Western Statewide Wood Energy Team Forum was hosted by the California SWET. It was sponsored by US Forest Service Region 5 and California Department of Fire and Forestry.CA Wood Energy Team Forum - The Biochar Blog - ANR BlogsThe Western Statewide Wood Energy Team Forum 2017 provides two and a half days of presentations, lively discussion and meaningful networking opportunities devoted to progressing forest biomass energy in the Western States.SWET - UC Agriculture & Natural Resources2017 Western Statewide Wood Energy Forum Contact the ad-hoc CA Forest Biomass Working Group at meetings, or by phone or email. Call: (406) 207-1756 Email: martin (at) thewatershedcenter.com.
SWET Members - SWET - UC Agriculture & Natural Resources2017 Western Statewide Wood Energy Forum Contact the ad-hoc CA Forest Biomass Working Group at meetings, or by phone or email. Call: (406) 207-1756 Email: martin (at) thewatershedcenter.com.
October 2017 Newsletter | Heating the MidwestThe fire and hot gases go through a system of channels inside the masonry mass storing up to 85% of the energy in the wood to be released slowly over the next 24-36 hours. The fire is out after 2-3 hours and then you get radiant heating for the next day or more.
UC experts can lead on carbon dioxide removalUC Cooperative Extension (UCCE) researchers and Agricultural Experiment Station (AES)-appointed faculty hold considerable expertise in carbon removal technologies, whether in working lands management, carbon sequestration, land restoration or forest products ().They form an essential go-between from basic research to applied outcomes, working with faculty and student researchers to create Constant ContactRegistration is now open for the German American Bioenergy Business Conference, set for Tuesday, Nov. 1, in Atlanta. The event is free but requires an RSVP. The conference, which will run from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., will also showcase bioenergy best practice examples in both countries, highlight local projects, provide a platform to foster the exchange of ideas, discuss challenges and possible Cherry Pest Management Guidelines--UC IPMUC IPM Pest Management Guidelines. University of California&39;s official guidelines for pest monitoring techniques, pesticides, and nonpesticide alternatives for managing pests in agriculture, floriculture, and commercial turf.UC Delivers - Tehama CountyThe University of California’s Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources (UC ANR) representation across the state and engagement with its diverse communities uniquely positions us to understand and communicate the consequences of climate change and identify strategies to mitigate negative outcomes for local economies, the environment, and