The Northwest Advanced Renewables Alliance was established to facilitate the development of these five areas
Biojet fuel made from forest slash is now a reality.
High-value co-products made from lignin
Products developed from lignin can make a wood-based biorefinery profitable.
Supply chain coalitions
Stakeholders in the Pacific Northwest are working together to use forest slash to make high-value chemical products.
Economic, social and environmental assessments have been completed to help spur biorefinery development.
K-12 students are learning about biofuels made from wood and college students are trained to enter the bioenergy workforce.