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Reverence for Energy – An Op Ed for Local Wood and Grass Energy

In the Omnivore’s Dilemma, Michael Pollan writes that we eat by the grace of nature. What kind of attitude might lead a person to consider food as a blessing at every meal? One way might be reverence – a moment of awe for the incalculable processes enabling our nourishment. What if we developed the same […]

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Virginia Wood Energy Program, Virginia Department of Forestry, and Dave Cooper Photography Complete Animated Video on Community and Forest Health

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Virginia Community Wood Energy Program Featured on WVTF Public Radio

The Virginia Community Wood Energy Program, a Partnership between the Virginia Department of Forestry, the U.S. Forest Service, and the Center for Natural Capital, was featured on WVTF Radio last week.

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CNC + Partners Selected by Rappahannock County, VA to prepare Market Analysis for Northern Piedmont Wood Fuels for Public Buildings

Last week, the Center for Natural Capital + Partners (Recast Energy & Langseth Engineering) was selected by Rappahannock County, Virginia to provide a Market Analysis for Northern Piedmont Wood Fuels for Public Buildings. CNC + Partners believes there is significant potential for Rappahannock, Culpeper, and Fauquier Counties to substantially reduce facility energy expenditures by using […]

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Virginia Community Wood Energy Program Holds Tour of Wood-Fueled Institutions

The Virginia Community Wood Energy Program is celebrating National Bioenergy Day 2015, October 21st, by organizing a study tour of three Virginia wood-fueled institutions: the Blackstone Conference and Retreat Center, Piedmont Geriatric Hospital and Longwood University. The tour is scheduled to begin mid-morning in Blackstone with a brief introduction to heating with wood fuels and […]

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Center for Natural Capital selected as Wood Innovation Grant Recipient in National Competitition

The Center for Natural Capital was recently selected by the United States Forest Service as a Wood Innovation Grants recipient. The Center’s Virginia Community Wood Energy Program was one of 17 successful applicants from a pool of 100 proposals across the nation. The Center’s proposal continues work begun in 2013 with the Virginia Department of […]

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Center selects Dave Cooper Photo to create Virginia Wood Energy Video

The Center for Natural Capital is pleased to announce that Dave Cooper Photo has been selected to create a video explaining the benefits and misconceptions associated with wood energy for school, hospital, and public buildings. The work will be completed by early May of this year.

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Langseth Engineering and Recast Energy Selected to Provide Wood Energy Services

The Center for Natural Capital is pleased to announce that Langseth Engineering with Recast Energy has been selected to provide preliminary engineering services to the Center for the Virginia Community Wood Energy Program.

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