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Journée technique du FCBA sur les TCR le 16 juin 2009

Les taillis à courte rotation : une biomasse pour demain. L'Insitut Technologique FCBA (Forêt, Cellulose, Bois, Ameublement) organise une journée...
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The REGEFOR workshop was held during three days in Champenoux, near Nancy, France, from the 8th to the 10th of June, 2009. Advantages and...
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FCBA workshop on SRC (Paris, June 16, 2009)

On June 16, 2009, the FCBA workshop on SRC was held in Paris. French and European specialists of short rotation coppice cultivation have attended...
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SRC Establishment guidelines delivered to farmers from Alsace

In the framework of the UPM Stracel co-operation with a certain number of farmers from Alsace, CREFF has recently delivered optimized establishment...
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November 19-20, 2009, in Cité des Sciences in Paris

Symposium on future energies and their environmental impact

The French Research Agency (ANR) invites you to its first conference on future energy sources and their impact on sustainable development. Since...
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CREFF seminar 2010

Annual seminar 2010 of the CREFF project in Rottenburg

On February 10 and 11, the second annual seminar of the CREFF project was held in Rottenburg, Germany (hosted by HFR).
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Forum ITADA: what is the future of the agrocombustibles in the Upper Rhine?

Wednesday 08 April 2009, ITADA organizes, in Germany in Hügelheim near Muellheim (between Freiburg and Basel), a forum for cross-border information...
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DENEX Fachtagung - Internationales Symposium Energieholzplantagen - Wiesbaden

Am 03.07.2009 findet im Rahmen der Fachmesse DENEX® in Wiesbaden das "Internationale Symposium Energieholzplantagen
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Visit of potential sites for SRC in Alsace/France

19 07 2009 Selestat, France

In order to evaluate the possibilities to establish SRC on proposed sites by the french farmers, a first visit was done on friday July 19th. Data has...

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REGEFOR 2009

REGEFOR 2009: Research and Forest Management workshop

The next workshop on Forest Research and Management co-organized by the Pôle Forêt-Bois de Nancy (INRA-Nancy, Nancy-Université,...
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