Integrating fuel reduction management with local bioenergy operations and businesses—A community responsibility

@inproceedings{Iversen2006IntegratingFR,
  title={Integrating fuel reduction management with local bioenergy operations and businesses—A community responsibility},
  author={Kenneth R. Iversen and Richard Van Demark},
  year={2006}
}
Abstract In approximately 20,000 US wildfire “at-risk” communities, private citizen awareness and involvement is essential for the effective integration of sustainable fuel reduction programs with the establishment of local biomass/woody materials businesses and bioenergy facilities. The factors that influence local community bioenergy and wood products economic development are mostly social, political, and financial not biological, ecological, or technological. It is the private sector that is… CONTINUE READING