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Our NC Woody Biomass program provides educational opportunities and professional services related to the development of economic opportunities related to woody biomass-based alternative energy. This is accomplished through our expertise in outreach, research, and our ability to build partnerships. We work with N.C. Cooperative Extension agents in all 100 counties and partners, providing publications and online resources, conferences, county meetings, and field demonstrations. The program’s goal is to provide education and materials that promote economic opportunities related to woody biomass-based renewable energy. The program provides resource analyses to major utilities, private industries and others, a forum on bioenergy and other forms of alternative energy for the larger community. The program has publications and other resources available for your use. These materials provide information for anyone interested in learning more about woody biomass-based renewable energy. Select the resource below.


See what a landowner and business owner think about utilizing woody biomass as a feedstock for energy production by viewing our videos below.

  • Landowner Perspective

  • Business Owner Perspective


Biomass blog. The blog provides landowners, consultants, agencies, academia, and the biomass community with current training opportunities, press releases, event happenings, information and educational materials pertinent to biomass and biomass utilization.


Publications are available in a pdf format and are available free for downloading. A free pdf reader can be downloaded from Adobe.


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Robert Bardon, N.C. Cooperative ExtensionDr. Robert BardonAssociate Dean of Extension, Department Extension Leader & Professor Call Dr. Robert Email Dr. Robert Forestry & Environmental Resources
NC State Extension, NC State University
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