Bioenergy Brings Diverse Students Together
Students with diverse backgrounds and interests are part of the new bioenergy minor at OSU.
Showcasing Feedstock Research
The AHB Extension Team leads field tours at the demonstration sites to showcase the growing and production of hardwoods for transportation biofuels.
Bioenergy and Biodiversity Together
Poplar plantations support biodiversity and provide habitat for wildlife.
Understanding the Carbon Balance of Biofuel Production
The Sustainability Team measures greenhouse gas emissions in the poplar bioenergy demonstration sites.
Fueling Future Energy
Conversion research focuses on creating ‘drop-in’ transportation biofuels that are fully compatible with existing infrastructure.
Harvesting Green Energy
Poplars for bioenergy were harvested at two of the demonstration sites this fall. The sites have been established across the Pacific Northwest to research all aspects of growing feedstocks for sustainable and renewable transportation fuels.