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11.24.2009

The Conference will focus on the factors affecting the future of the bioenergy opportunities in fuel production, heating and power production in different sectors. The Conference will be a focus on the factors affecting the future of the bioenergy, biopower and biobased modern technologies and products, including logistic systems, management, total procurement chains, the effects of the energy market, the influence of green marketing and other trends affecting forestry, agriculture, industry and climate. The conference 2003 with large scope attended with over 600 participants. The Bioenergy in Wood industry 2005 attended with over 300 participants. Bioenergy is important in the heating and CHP sector in the community. Bioenergy in pulp and paper industry has reached a high level in Scandinavia. There is also many possibilities in the wood industry. Biofuel production gives agriculture new possibilities. Also the food industry has potential. Bioenergy can also be used in cement and metallurgia industry.

11.24.2009

The Georgia EPPC on behalf of the Southeast EPPC invites you to present aspects of your work in a contributed presentation or poster. Abstracts and the final program will be available online at www.se-eppc.org prior to the meeting. Registration costs for the meeting will be around $100.

11.24.2009

The Congress provides a week long focus on the science and technologythat are the basis for the management of wildland fire. The theme of theopening plenary session is “Changing fire regimes: Context andconsequences,” featuring invited speakers who will further explore thistopic that is so significant for fire management. We have receivedproposals for over 30 special sessions on specific fire ecology andmanagement themes.

11.24.2009

January 31, 2007. Washington, D.C. The Administration's Farm Bill proposal can be found at the following web site: http://www.usda.gov/documents/07finalfbp.pdf . The conservation programs are listed in Title II, Research is Title VII, Forestry Title VIII

11.24.2009

Pulling Together: Cooperation to Combat Invasive Plants - An exciting program of presentations and workshops will address invasive plant identification, risk assessment,ecosystem impacts, and educational opportunities – and, of course, the latest in management strategies. The program willhave morning lectures from nationally recognized speakers followed by concurrent sessions. The afternoon will offerworkshops and field trips. Volunteer poster presentations are invited and will be on display throughout the program withauthors present to discuss their work during the poster session and reception.The Southeast Exotic Pest Plant Council is a regional 501(c)3 organization dedicated to controlling invasiveplants and restoring natural ecosystems. SE-EPPC welcomes participation by all land agencies, organizations, industries,and individuals, all working together to forge a solution.

11.24.2009

The 2008 NE U&M Meeting will be held June 2 - 5, 2008 in Blacksburg, VA.

11.24.2009

The nation's largest professional forestry organization says that today's Congressional approval of the Healthy Forests Restoration Act (HR 1904) is a significant action in efforts to improve the health of both public and private forestlands.

11.24.2009

CSREES advances knowledge for agriculture, the environment, human health and well-being, and communities through national program leadership and federal assistance. Their new and improved website can be found at www.csrees.usda.gov.

 
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