Biomass study finds feasability, but cost may not be worth it
Cutting small trees and brush for energy can be done without harming Minnesota's northern forests, but the cost to do the work may be more than the profit.
That's the finding of the first comprehensive study of the environmental effects and economics of cutting so-called woody biomass.
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