Monthly Archives: February 2006

Weaver Street Market goes Biodiesel!

Last Wednesday, Weaver Street Market converted their delivery truck from regular diesel to biodiesel.

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Pace of Life

As usual, life is traveling faster than the rate at which I can possibly blog. I’ve been to the legislature, we’ve poured a spill containment, and I’ve learned a lot about oilseed crushing since my last entry-which seems like ten … Continue reading

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Whole Foods Market and Piedmont Biofuels Enter Into Agreement

Morrisville, North Carolina (February 22, 2006). The Whole Foods Market North Carolina Distribution Center has entered into an agreement with Piedmont Biofuels of Pittsboro, NC. Through the agreement, Whole Foods Market’s distribution trucks in North Carolina will be fueled with … Continue reading

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Regarder le Soja

Upon our return from the SBS and NBB conferences, Rachel and I have been on an aggressive California wrap-up tour, spreading what we have learned to everyone who will listen.

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Book Reading in Asheville

Saturday March 4th, 7:00pm 55 Haywood Street, Asheville,NC Lyle Estill of Piedmont Biofuels and Brian Winslett of Blue Ridge Biofuels will examine the biofuels movement. www.malaprops.com

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Virginia Biodiesel Conference – April 3, 2006

The Center for Energy and Environmental Sustainability at James Madison University in cooperation with Blue Ridge Clean Fuels, Virginia Clean Cities, Virginia Tech and Southern States Energy Board present The 2006 Virginia Biodiesel Conference, “Small Scale Production and Use” to … Continue reading

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Never Ever, Ever Bored

David finished his internship with us around Christmas. He’s still here, building a new reactor, and jamming on odds and ends. Here is his journal entry from his time with us:

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Lecture at Duke

Today I am off to Duke University to participate in a lecture series entitled Health, Ecospirituality, and Sustainability. Here is what I intend to say:

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Crossing the Rubicon

Today I finally finished Micheal C. Ruppert’s Crossing the Rubicon, which is subtitled “The Decline of the American Empire at the End of the Age of Oil.”

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Cape Fear Biofuels Homebrew class, February 25 & 26th

Cape Fear Biofuels coop is sponsoring a homebrew class in the end of Febuary: Here’s some info about the class. It’s from www.girlmark.com/tour2006.html, which includes a registration link: quote: “Learn To Make Quality Biodiesel Fuel Biodiesel fuel can be made … Continue reading

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