NORTH FORK – A community meeting on the North Fork Bioenergy Project will be held on Wednesday, Apr. 29, at Fire Station 11 on the Old Mill Site, 33400 Douglas Ranger Station Road from 5:30 to 8 p.m.
This event is hosted by the North Fork Community Development Council and coordinated by the Sierra Resource Conservation District.
There will be a brief presentation on the progress of the project so far, and then a Q&A session, followed by a brief tour of the mill site. Participants are advised to wear comfortable walking shoes.
The goal of the North Fork Bioenergy Project is the construction and operation of a one-megawatt combined heat and power gasification facility in North Fork, Calif. This project would utilize forest sourced woody biomass produced by sustainable restoration treatments.
The project was recently awarded a $4.9 million grant by the California Energy Commission for construction and research. These meetings are made possible by support from Sierra Nevada Conservancy.
For more information please contact Justine Reynolds, Project Manager, by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at (559)-999-9100.