Biomass Supply

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We explore technical and economic strategies to increase the quantity of biomass available, improve the quality of biomass delivered for different energy purposes, and explore strategies to increase the value and foster confidence in biomass supply for both direct and cascade use of biomass for energy. 

News & Events

Task 43 is pleased to support the following upcoming events:

2022 Short Rotation Woody Crops International Conference, to be held 2-4 May 2022 in Mills River, North Carolina, USA, and hosted by NC State University in partnership with IUFRO Working Group 2.08.04 (Poplars and Willows). For additional information, or to register to attend please visit the event website

Eighth International Poplar Symposium (IPS-VIII): Poplars and Willows in the Era of Global Change: Agroforestry, Environmental Improvement, and Ecosystem Services to Enhance Livelihoods, to be held virtually from 4-6 October 2022. The IPS-VIII will be hosted by the University of Novi Sad, Institute of Lowland Forestry and Environment, Novi Sad, Serbia in partnership with IUFRO Working Group 2.08.04 (Poplars and Willows). Additional information on this website will be forthcoming. 

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