Biomass Summit - Prineville, OR
Biomass includes any woody material we strategically take off the land as a by-product of forest restoration. Biomass can be used to produce a full range of products including energy, lumber, composites, paper and pulp, furniture, housing components, round wood, ethanol and other liquids, chemicals, biochar, and energy feedstocks.
What Topics will be Covered?
- Success stories and lessons learned from the real world. What may or may not work in Crook County?
- Can technologies that utilize small diameter wood decrease wildfire risk and build community resilience?
- How can we scale biomass projects that are the right size for our local supply?
- Emerging Technologies – What’s the Next “Hot” Thing?
- Policy and financial opportunities/challenges for biomass utilization.
Who Should Attend?
Anyone who is interested in learning about emerging technologies that utilize the by-products of forest restoration efforts on both private and public lands.
Scholarships will be available upon request, volunteer service will be required. Contact OFRC at email@example.com for more information.
If you cannot register online, please call the OSU Crook County Extension office at (541) 447-6228 for assistance.
Questions about the event? Call (541) 548-6088 or email Nicole.firstname.lastname@example.org