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Bio-energy in Education
This flier summarizes educational offerings related to bio-energy in the Pacific Northwest.
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, 3rd Cumulative Report, April 2014-March 2015
This report covers activities by the Northwest Advanced Renewables Alliance (NARA) from April 2014-March 2015, covering its organizational structure, key partnerships, and strategic goals. The report includes updates on ...
Making Chemistry Visible
The objective of this lesson is to explain and demonstrate the chemical process of turning woody biomass into biofuel.
Woody Biofuels Initiative in the Pacific Northwest
This flier describes the mission and goals of the Northwest Advanced Renewables Alliance. The flier notes, "As part of a national effort, the USDA National Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFA) awarded two $40 million ...
Northwest Advanced Renewables Alliance Supply Chain, Metric Version
This infographic illustrates the supply chain identified by the Northwest Advanced Renewables Alliance to convert forest residuals to jet biofuel. Measurements are expressed in metric units for this version.
Northwest Advanced Renewables Alliance (NARA) Outreach
This flier summarizes the work of the Northwest Advanced Renewables Alliance. It notes, "Public universities, government laboratories and private industry are joining together to develop ways to turn one of the most plentiful ...
Feedstock Sourcing: NARA Years 4-5
The report characterizes the varied forest residual feedstock samples assessed during the NARA project and explores economic sensitivity to key characteristics (size, moisture, chemical composition).
Wood to Wing: Environmental Effects of Using Post Harvest, Residual Biomass to Produce Wood-Based Jet Fuel
This flier describes the environmental effects of using post h-harvest forest residuals to make biojet fuel.
Wood to Wing
Converting forest residuals into chemical products such a bio-jet fuel is anticipated to provide numerous benefits to society. As biofuels displace fossil fuels, U.S. energy independence is strengthened and net carbon ...