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Effects of Residual Biomass Harvesting on Soil Productivity
This flier reviews the effects that biomass harvesting has on soil productivity
Residual Biomass Harvesting and Carbon
This flier describes the carbon impact from using forest residuals to make jet fuel and other coproducts
Energy Explorations: Tag
Learn about renewable and non-renewable resources and identify issues related to the environment from using them. This lesson plan is designed for 5th- and 6th-grade students.
Biomass Adventure Race
This adventure race lesson covers the four key stages of the biomass supply chain: production, pre-‐processing, conversion, and supplying to consumers.
From Forest to Fuel
In this lesson, students will calculate and measure the amount of woody biomass in forest residual slash piles, to determine efficacy of processing and transporting methods for biomass energy production.
Reducing Your Carbon Foot Print, One Step At A Time
During this lesson, students will understand that carbon dioxide (CO2) is one of the largest contributors to climate change and learn how they can reduce CO2 emissions at home and within their state. Students will also ...
Community Economic Impact of Hypothetical NARA Woody Biomass Jet Fuel Refineries in the Pacific Northwest
This study used regional input-output analysis (I/O) to measure the economic impacts of the introduction of the biorefinery facilities in the Pacific Northwest that convert woody biomass into biojet fuel and co-products.
In this lesson, student will learn to evaluate the benefits and drawbacks of forest management strategies.
Beetle Kill to Bioenergy
This lesson explores bioenergy as a clean and alternative energy resource for powering communities. Students will use nonfiction narrative that tells the story of Eagle Valley Clean Energy (EVCE) in Colorado as well as the ...
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.