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  • Michigan Waste Biomass Inventory to Support Renewable Energy Development

    Location:

    Online

    Description:

    The Michigan Waste Biomass Inventory identifies sites of residual biomass and land that can produce high energy value biomass, estimates the net energy theoretically available from the biomass, and identifies constraints that limit the utility of biomass conversion technologies.

  • MSU BioEconomy Network

    Location:

    Office of Biobased Technologies located at 109 Agriculture Hall, East Lansing, MI, 48824.

    Description:

    The MSU BioEconomy Network (MSU BEN) coordinates the increasingly diverse range of bioeconomy activities on campus, which span research, policy, economic analysis and education, as well as corporate and government collaborations and commercialization. The MSU BioEconomy Network reinforces MSU’s role in expanding the bioeconomy and underscores our commitment to partnerships with both the public and private sector. The BioEconomy Network can:

    • Provide a link to researchers from many different disciplines
    • Disseminate information to leverage new federal, foundation and corporate research and development opportunities
    • Support the preparation of large, multidisciplinary grant applications
    • Act as a point of contact to MSU's administration and other institutions
    • Support meetings and symposia
    • Help you work closely with MSU support units (e.g., MSU Technologies, MSU Business-CONNECT) and other assets (e.g., MBI)
  • Upper Peninsula Research and Extension Center Field Day (July 2017)

    Dates:

    July 29, 2017.  Registration at 9:30 am.

    Location:

    The event begins with registration at the South Farm: E3774 University Drive, Chatham, MI  49816

    Description:

    Please join local and statewide University experts for an informative day in the field learning about the exciting research that is ongoing at the station. The morning program will highlight the University’s work in the field of soil health, followed by a free lunch, sponsored by the local Hiawathaland Farm Bureau chapter. In the afternoon, participants will have the choice to attend sessions at either the South or North Farm. The South Farm will highlight the grass-finished beef operation along with ongoing work in small grains and forages. The North Farm will showcase their work in organic small grains, perennial berry crops, and equipment and tools for the small scale vegetable grower. The Field Day will conclude at 3 pm with optional farm tours.

     

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