October 19, 2016, 11:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
Iowa State University
Iowa State University will be participating in the 4th annual National Bioenergy Day. The day unites organizations across the country that support bioenergy.
Iowa State’s enrollment is expected to surpass 35,000 again this fall, and we feel it’s essential to educate this large and important audience about Iowa’s bioenergy leadership. We’re also aiming to raise the student’s awareness of the many educational, extracurricular, and career opportunities in the field.
Other goals include making Iowa State students aware of the university’s commitment to sustainability and assuring that the term “bioenergy” is inclusive to all forms of biomass, including grasses and agricultural residues generally available in Iowa, and not just forest products.
We are inviting industry, government, educational, and student organizations to join us in this event. Please see our Exhibitor Invite or contact contact Robert Mills, email@example.com; 515-294-4459.
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