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Mar 25, 2010

MSU Researchs Different Biofuel Croplands

Michigan State University announced that the Michigan Department of Energy, Labor & Economic Growth (DELEG) has awarded the university a grant to study planting crops for biofuels on non-traditional croplands in Michigan.  This includes areas such as Michigan roadways, vacant lots and state-owned pieces of land.

For more see: Shammas, Britanny. "MSU Extension to research different biofuel croplands." The State News, 25 March 2010.

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