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Woody Biofuels in the PNW

As part of a national effort, the USDA National Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFA) awarded two $40 million grants in fall 2011 to develop…

AHB Demonstration Sites

AHB researchers have established four demonstration sites across the Northwest to demonstrate hybrid poplar potential as a bioenergy crop.

Two-Year Update

September 2013 Advanced Hardwood Biofuels Northwest began as an USDA NIFA funded initiative in September 2011 to lay the foundation for a hardwood biofuels industry…

Feedstock Development

January 2014 Advanced Hardwood Biofuels Northwest is working to develop the foundation for a renewable biofuel industry that produces fuels from poplar trees sustainably grown…

Sustainable Transportation Fuels

April 2014 AHB is assessing biofuel production processes from different perspectives to ensure environmental, economic, and social sustainability.

AFRI CAP Overview

The USDA National Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFA) has invested $156 million in seven projects across the US to assist with the research and…

Descripción del Preyecto

Biocombustibles Avanzados a partir de Madera Dura en el Noroeste, Advanced Hardwood Biofuels Northwest (AHB), es un consorcio formado por un grupo de Universidades y …

Environmental Sustainability

To understand and minimize environmental impacts of poplar production, a key research focus of the AHB initiative is environmental sustainability.

Poplar for Biofuels

As the fastest growing tree in the temperate region, poplar trees are a promising feedstock for transportation biofuels in the Pacific Northwest.

Project Overview

Advanced Hardwood Biofuels Northwest (AHB) is a consortium of university and industry partners preparing the framework for a Pacific Northwest biofuel industry that provides 100%…
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