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Biomass Harvesting Guidelines
« on: April 22, 2009, 12:11:33 PM »

The Final draft of Wisconsin's Forestland Woody Biomass Harvesting Guidelines [9 page document] was approved by the Advisory Committee at their December 3, 2008 meeting. The guidelines were subsequently forwarded to the Council on Forestry. The Council on Forestry heard discussion of the guidelines at their December 16, 2008 meeting and accepted the fifth draft of guidelines at that time.


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Re: Biomass Harvesting Guidelines
« Reply #1 on: April 22, 2009, 08:35:10 PM »
I did read the guidelines and it did seem that the title could be changed to "Protecting Endangered Species and other minor things from those Biomass Predators."  ;D

Seriously there are a lot of interests that are fearful of the results this biomass movement. A paper company buyer was just telling how a large wood broker is bidding up the stumpage of softwoods in anticipation of one developing biomass fuel market. From what I have heard, the value of biomass for fuel may have trouble getting much over the $20 per ton price or it is up against coal prices and that $20 does not seem like a very attractive price. 
Never take life seriously. Nobody gets out alive anyway.

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