ACEEE Forum on Energy Efficiency in Agriculture
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<strong><strong>The 3rd Forum on Energy Efficiency in Agriculture</strong></strong> is right around the corner!</p>
Food or Fuel? This was one of the many questions explored during the "Ag Forum," the second ACEEE Forum on Energy Efficiency in Agriculture. This year’s conference, held in Des Moines, February 20-22, took a hard look at the role of the agricultural producer in energy production, the role of efficiency in food production, and how as a society we can re-think “food and energy from the ground up.”
Building on our work over the past four years to reinvigorate interest in energy issues in agriculture, we are pleased to announce the ACEEE Forum on Energy Efficiency in Agriculture. This first-ever "Ag Forum" will be held November 14 - 16, 2005 in Des Moines, Iowa at the Embassy Suites Hotel. The conference will highlight energy efficiency technologies, policies, and actions that can contribute to increased viability and sustainability of farms, ranches, and the rural business community.