Options for San Juans Forest Owners
Woody biomass in densely stocked San Juan forests may present an opportunity to support local energy needs. This workshop will discuss examples of community-based energy projects from throughout the Pacific Northwest. Learn about the cost-effective methods for converting biomass into energy to heat and power our houses, businesses, and communities.
This workshop is the third in a three-part series on woody biomass in the San Juans. You may also be interested in our February 25th workshop, Utilizing Woody Biomass to Reduce Fire Risk, and our May 6th workshop, Biochar 101: Making Biochar from Woody Biomass.
- Energy uses for woody biomass
- Current energy markets
- Andrew Haden | Wisewood Energy
- Carson Sprenger | Rainshadow Consulting
- Kai Hoffman-Krull | Forage Media
- Kirk Hanson | Northwest Natural Resource Group
Details and registration:
WHEN: Saturday, June 24, 2017, 12pm-5pm
WHERE: Lopez Island, WA
All woodland owners are encouraged to attend!
For more information, go to: www.nnrg.org/sanjuans
Funding and support for this workshop is provided by: