Why are we missing the boat on biogas? Agenda Preview Registration This is virtual conference is free thanks to our supporting sponsors, but registration is still required.
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C-CHANGE, the Consortium for Cultivating Human And Naturally reGenerative Enterprises, has received a one-year grant from the Walton Family Foundation to advance an innovative value chain to address challenges facing U.S. Corn Belt. The value chain is based on the production of renewable natural gas (RNG) and associated bioproducts through the anaerobic digestion of herbaceous … Continue reading Advancing the Anaerobic Digestion Value Chain
The 56th annual Paul L. Errington Memorial Lecture features Dr. Drew Lanham from Clemson University. The lecture will be held virtually on October 22, 2020. C-CHANGE is a sponsor of the event. J. Drew Lanham (B.A. Zoology 1988; M.S. Zoology 1990; Ph.D. Forest Resources 1997) is a native of Edgefield and Aiken, South Carolina. In … Continue reading 56th Annual Paul L. Errington Memorial Lecture
This inaugural C-CHANGE conference will focus on expanding the value chain for Renewable Natural Gas (RNG) from mixed agricultural feedstocks. The conference will be virtual, held on October 19, 2020. This virtual conference is free thanks to our supporting sponsors, but registration is still required. What you’ll learn about The renewable natural gas (RNG) component … Continue reading C-CHANGE Conference: Why are we missing the boat on biogas?
Several C-CHANGE team members are among the winners of the 2020 SWCS awards from the Soil and Water Conservation Society (SWCS). Awards are presented annually to individuals and organizations who have made outstanding contributions in advocating and advancing the conservation of soil, water, and related natural resources. Conservation Research Award J. Arbuckle, John Gilley, and … Continue reading C-CHANGE Team Members Win Soil and Water Conservation Society Awards
For questions about program content, contact: Ali Kraber Bioeconomy Institute Iowa State University 515-509-4179 — Phone email@example.com — Email For questions about registration, contact: Registration Services Iowa State University 1601 Golden Aspen Drive #110 Ames, IA 50010 515.294.6222 — Phone 515.294.6223 — Fax firstname.lastname@example.org — Email 2020 C-CHANGE Conference Planning Team Program: Lisa Schulte Moore, Iowa State … Continue reading Conference Contacts
C-CHANGE team member Emily Heaton was featured in Parade’s 2020 listing of the best Earth Day activities across America. Heaton is shown in her research field of Miscanthus giganteus being filmed by a crew from Iowa Interfaith Power and Light, producers of the This American Land series. The article notes that Heaton is developing perennial … Continue reading Heaton Featured in Parade’s Earth Day Focus
Lisa Schulte Moore, C-CHANGE director, is the winner of the 2020 College of Business innovationENTREPRENEUR Award from innovationIOWA. Schulte Moore won the honor through her work on developing a novel and strategic system called Science-Based Trials of Rowcrops Integrated with Prairie Strips using the integration of prairie strips into a landscape defined by row crops … Continue reading Schulte Moore Wins Entrepreneur Award
Omar de Kok-Mercado, project coordinator for of the C-CHANGE team and natural resource ecology and management, received the 2020 Professional and Scientific Outstanding New Professional Award from Iowa State University. De Kok-Mercado coordinates and communicates the activities of the Science-based Trials of Rowcrops Integrated with Prairie Strips (STRIPS) as well as C-CHANGE. Learn more from … Continue reading de Kok-Mercado Receives Outstanding New Professional Award
ISU researchers pave the way to make prairie strips eligible option for federal conservation program
U.S. farmers will be able to collect federal conservation payments for installing prairie strips on their land, and C-CHANGE-affiliated researchers from Iowa State University helped bridge the gap between the latest science and federal policy. Learn more in this news release from Iowa State.