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Wood to Wing: Forest Residuals to Biofuel Supply Chains in the Pacific Northwest
This sheet reads: "Applying research-based findings, NARA and regional stakeholders identify conversion and depot sites in the Pacific Northwest. These site locations provide the best opportunity for economic, social and ...
Northwest Forest Residuals to Power a Commercial Flight
This flier reads: "The Northwest Advanced Renewables Alliance is producing bio-jet fuel to be used for a demonstration flight anticipated in Spring 2016. This event, when completed, will represent the first commercial ...
NARA partners with Northwest Native American tribes for economic and educational opportunities
NARA's Tribal Partnership Program (TPP) works with Northwest Native American tribes to deliver research on technical issues tied to the sustainable production and logistics of using woody feedstocks for conversion to ...
Northwest Advanced Renewables Alliance's 3rd Cumulative Report [Flier]
This flier notes: "Learn what NARA is doing to develop a renewable fuel economy in the Pacific Northwest that uses wood from slash piles (forest residuals) to make biojet fuel and other co-products."