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Newsletters/Reports

2016        
TREEDC Newsletter | Volume 1 | January 2016
  TREEDC Newsletter | Volume 2 | April 2016
  TREEDC Newsletter | Volume 3 | July 2016
TREEDC Newsletter | Volume 4 | October 2016
           

2015        
TREEDC Newsletter | Volume 1 | January 2015
  TREEDC Newsletter | Volume 2 | April 2015
  TREEDC Newsletter | Volume 3 | July 2015
  TREEDC Newsletter | Volume 4 | October 2015
           

2014        
TREEDC Newsletter | Volume 1 | January 2014
TREEDC Newsletter | Volume 2 | April 2014
TREEDC Newsletter | Volume 3 | July 2014
  TREEDC Newsletter | Volume 4 | October 2014
           

2013        
TREEDC Newsletter | Volume 1 | January 2013
TREEDC Newsletter | Volume 2 | April 2013
TREEDC Newsletter | Volume 3 | July 2013
TREEDC Newsletter | Volume 4 | October 2013

2012
TREEDC Newsletter | Volume 1 | January 2012
  TREEDC Newsletter | Volume 2 | April 2012
  TREEDC Newsletter | Volume 3 | July 2012
  TREEDC Newsletter | Volume 4 | October 2012

2011          
TREEDC Newsletter | Volume 1 | March 2011
TREEDC Newsletter | Volume 2 | July 2011
TREEDC Newsletter | Volume 3 | October 2011

Projects
Statewide Biofuels Community Outreach Education Activities
As a part of this biofuels education program the Council proposes to develop a mobile biofuels classroom on wheels that will contain demonstrations that will show in a hands-on way how biofuels are created and distributed. The mobile classroom shall be scheduled for widespread exposure at schools, fairs, 4-H, FFA and cooperative extension meetings to provide hands-on demonstrations and training across the state.  The system will be used to educate youth, farmers, ordinary citizens, educators, as well as city, state and local officials across the state.

Biofuels education is necessary in order to facilitate the development of new markets and feedstock in rural Tennessee.  The Council proposes to plan, coordinate and implement grassroots biofuels education to promote rural economic development across the state.

 
Forum Presentations
 
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Forum Reports
 
  • Press Release: The University of Tennessee Institute for Public Service and TREEDC Conducts Philippines Mission Trip on Renewable Energy and Municipal Best Practices, August 2016
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  • TREEDC Returns To The Philippines In April 2015 To Witness Its First Solar Grand Opening And To Make Plans For July 2015 Trade Mission >View Report
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