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Biofuel forests could jumpstart economies of mine-ravaged communities and renew the land in the process.
Using valuable food crops like corn and sugar cane to produce biofuels has been a highly controversial topic in an age of imminent food crises. But nobody is growing corn on the former strip mines of Eastern Kentucky. A look at the…
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by: Mark Andrew Boyer – June 4, 2013