Building Extension through Collaborative Bioenergy Research

    Building Extension through Collaborative Bioenergy Research

    The opportunity to make bioenergy more accessible for the general public and Extension educators, combined with a lack of immediate market potential for poplar biofuels, drove us to develop broader bioenergy outreach materials and design an Extension-led training course for energy literacy volunteers. Authors Noelle Hart, Catherine Gowan, and Kevin Zobrist discuss how Advanced Hardwood Biofuels Extension is providing a model for how Extension professionals can facilitate interdisciplinary applied research programs and be creative about expanding their audience. Read more. 

    This article was published in the Western Rural Development Center’s Rural Connections Fall 2017. 

    Published on: Oct 23, 2017

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