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  • Baby-leaf salad green production guide for western Washington 

    Grahn, Charlene Margaret, 1989-; Benedict, Chris; Thornton, Tom; Miles, Carol A. (Pullman, Washington : Washington State University. Extension., 2015-11)
    Lettuce is the top-grossing fresh market vegetable crop in the United States, with salad mixes featuring baby-leaf greens becoming increasingly popular among consumers who desire to eat healthy, convenient food. Growers ...
  • Mid-Cascade to Pacific Corridor: Analysis (Vol. 2) 

    Laninga, T.; Olsen, K.; Vachon, M.; Wolcott, M. (Northwest Advanced Renewables Alliance, 1/1/2014 0)
    This report describes the process to rank existing facilities in Washington and Oregon (MC2P region) for their potential to service a supply chain that produces biojet fuel and co=products from forest residuals. Facility ...
  • Mid-Cascade to Pacific Corridor: Profile (Vol. 1) 

    Laninga, T.; Olsen, K.; Vachon, M.; Wolcott, M. (Northwest Advanced Renewables Alliance, 10/1/2014 )
    This report describes NARA's approach to evaluating a supply chain in Washington and Oregon state to produce bio-jet fuel and co-products. The report also assesses the natural, physical, civic, financial and policy assets ...
  • Western Montana Corridor: Executive Summary 

    Northwest Advanced Renewables Alliance (Northwest Advanced Renewables Alliance, 10/1/2013 )
    This summary highlights the major achievements of the western Montana Corridor supply chain work performed by the Integrated Design Experience (IDX) course and supervised by NARA.
  • Western Montana Corridor: Overview (Vol. 1) 

    Poor, C.; Olsen, K.; Beyreuther, T.; Wolcott, M.; Laninga, T.; Vachon, M.; Zhu, R. (Northwest Advanced Renewables Alliance, 10/1/2013 )
    This volume provides a brief overview of the NARA supply chain study for the western Montana corridor region.
  • Western Montana Corridor: Regional Capacity (Vol. 2) 

    Northwest Advanced Renewables Alliance (Northwest Advanced Renewables Alliance, 10/1/2013 )
    This volume evaluates the capacity for the western Montana corridor region to sustainably support a supply chain that uses forest residuals as feedstock to produce bio-jet fuel and other chemical products. Natural, physical, ...
  • Western Montana Corridor: Site Selection (Vol. 3) 

    Northwest Advanced Renewables Alliance (Northwest Advanced Renewables Alliance, 10/1/2013 )
    This volume evaluates potential sites in the western Montana corridor that could participate in a supply chain that uses forest residuals as feedstock to produce bio-jet fuel and other co-products. The volume also offers ...
  • Western Montana Corridor: Sustainability (Vol. 4) 

    Northwest Advanced Renewables Alliance (Northwest Advanced Renewables Alliance, 10/1/2013 )
    This volume evaluates the sustainability of producing bio-jet fuel and co-products made from wood residuals in the western Montana corridor region. Preliminary analyses for techno-economics, carbon life cycle, community ...