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Permalink Waste Systems: BioEnergy and Compost

June 7, 2018
Pocantico Hills, New York

This two-part class at the Stone Barns Center for Food and Agriculture will explore different techniques for waste-system management. It will begin with Dr. Serpil Guran from Rutgers as she explains how farmers can divert food and crop wastes to help power their farms with bio-digesters. The workshop will explore usable feedstocks for bio-digesters, learn from Rutgers EcoComplex, and study how farmers can participate in clean energy systems. The afternoon portion of this class will be dedicated to the Stone Barns Center compost systems with Grounds Manager Shane Hardy.

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