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NARA Newsletter, Volume 4.8
This newsletter includes the following articles: NARA 2015 Annual Meeting; NARA students provide supply chain data for the Olympic Peninsula; and The benefits of single vs. tandem trailers to haul post harvest forest residuals.
NARA Newsletter, Volume 2.4
This newsletter includes the following article: NARA's Corporate Partners: Grevo, Weyerhaeuser, Catchlight Energy.
NARA Newsletter, Volume 2.7
This newsletter includes the following articles: Forest Inventory and Utilization Data; Improving simple sugar yields from wood residuals; Co-product development: lignin-based molecules for commercial epoxies.
NARA Newsletter, Volume 2.1
This newsletter includes the following articles: Landscape planning on a large scale: Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes partner with NARA; Garbage in — Fuel out; and NARA’s Long Term Sustainability Research.
Northwest Advanced Renewables Alliance: Creating Lasting Impacts for Our Future
This graphic summarizes NARA's commitment to education via publications, conferences, mailings, new stories, blog posts, classes, and more.
NARA Energy Literacy Matrix
This fact sheet summarizes the NARA Energy Literacy Matrix, a web-based resource developed by the Northwest Advanced Renewables Alliance to effectively organize materials to be used by science teachers and the general public.
Northwest Advanced Renewables Alliance (NARA) Outreach
This flier summarizes the work of the Northwest Advanced Renewables Alliance. It notes, "Public universities, government laboratories and private industry are joining together to develop ways to turn one of the most plentiful ...
Northwest Forest Residuals to Power a Commercial Flight
This flier reads: "The Northwest Advanced Renewables Alliance is producing bio-jet fuel to be used for a demonstration flight anticipated in Spring 2016. This event, when completed, will represent the first commercial ...
NARA partners with Northwest Native American tribes for economic and educational opportunities
NARA's Tribal Partnership Program (TPP) works with Northwest Native American tribes to deliver research on technical issues tied to the sustainable production and logistics of using woody feedstocks for conversion to ...