2014 Fall Conference
Bioenergy and Sustainable Agriculture:
Perennial Biomass Crops for Multiple Benefits
Richland Community College
|The 2014 Conference was held at the Shilling Community Education Center at Richland Community College, Decatur, IL|
Agricultural Watershed Institute, a nonprofit based in Decatur, Illinois, leads a collaborative project to promote perennial crops for bioenergy, forage, clean water and wildlife in the Upper Sangamon Watershed.
Green Lands Blue Waters supports development of and transition to a new generation of multifunctional agricultural systems that integrate more perennial plants and other continuous living cover (CLC) into the landscape.