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AG BIOMASS DAY 2015

Time: March 27, 2015 from 10am to 4pm
Location: University of Guelph
Street: 95 Stone Rd. W.
City/Town: Guelph, ON
Website or Map: https://ontariobiomassproduce…
Phone: 844-986-7545
Event Type: educational, meeting
Organized By: Ontario Biomass Producers Co-Ope
Latest Activity: Feb 25, 2015

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Event Description

Join OBPC for a day of networking and education!

The three major areas of focus will be; Grower Experiences and Innovations (2014 & 2015 Ag research activities), Animal Bedding and Biomass Markets. 

The event will focus on future biomass production growth, including the drive for much more acreage and active biomass producers.

As a result of the serious straw shortage in our province, one segment has been dedicated exclusively to animal bedding. 

In the Biomass Markets segment there are a range of short presentations planned, which will shed some light on near term and future biomass market opportunities.

Lunch will be provided, as well as refreshments & networking after speakers.

 

Contact: Urs Eggimann urs.eggimann@ontariobiomass.com

 

YouTube Event announcement https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gReCKWSDYbI&feature=youtu.be

A detailed agenda and admission details are outlined on the OBPC website: https://ontariobiomassproducersgroup.wildapricot.org/event-1848637

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