Monthly Archives: April 2006

New Executive Director Hired

May 1–Moncure, NC–Piedmont Biofuels, a biodiesel cooperative in Chatham County, NC, is excited to announce that Matthew Rudolf has joined the team as the new Executive Director.

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Reading in Denver

Rachel and I broke out for the airport around 5:30 A.M., on our way to Denver. Breakfast consisted of caramel corn at O’Hare, and we were on our way. Lorance, the founder of Denver Biodiesel, picked us up at the … Continue reading

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Southeast Diesel Collaborative

One of the reasons for our Control Pressure last week was that Evan was out of town. Here is the update from his trip:

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A Day at the Plant

Tami sent me some wonderful photographs the other day, sort of a slice of life photo essay on life at the Plant.

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Guster Comes to Town

When Tobin over at Triangle Clean Cities got the word that Guster was coming to town, she notified us to see if we wanted to do the fill.

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Poetry Slam

Awhile back we had a party for Judge Baddour. He’s running for Superior Court, and we are fans of his.

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Kissing the 8 Inch

I have a hard time blogging about our Industrial project. I think it is because there are so many eyes on us that I’m afraid of what I’ll say.

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Group has fuel to go with cause

Buying alternative fuel at $3.50 a gallon to make a statement about the environment and rising cost of gasoline, which has surpassed $3 for some grades in the Wilmington area, might leave some people scratching their heads. But no one … Continue reading

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Reading at A Cappella

Little Five Points is a funky neighborhood on the edge of Atlanta that is populated by a whole foods coop, a tattoo parlor, and The Vortex Bar and Grill.

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Fifth and Spring

I just spent three hours on a busy Atlanta street corner, tabling in front of the Barnes and Noble at Georgia Tech.

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