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Woody Biomass Production in the South: A Vision and a Need

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Publication Number: P2703
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As a nation, we face a serious challenge in building and integrating renewable natural resources in a manner that is not only sustainable but meets future demands for energy, liquid fuels, and food systems. This is both a technological challenge and a paradigm shift, as the United States and the world move from a fossil fuel-driven economic system to a renewable natural resources-based economy

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