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University of IdahoUniversity
of Idaho

November 10, 2006
Development
and production of alternative fuels

The University of Idaho continues to impact the development and production of
alternative fuels. On Wednesday, Idaho plant breeder Jack Brown and Gibraltar-based
Eco-Energy Ltd. announced a research project to develop high-value oilseed crops
worldwide for alternative fuel production. The agreement brings $2 million in
research funding to the University during the next five years.

Three
Idaho School Districts Graduate to Cleaner Buses Thanks to
a $250,000 EPA Grant—$250,000 in EPA Funding with $12,500
in Matching Funds

April 21, 2006
As the country prepares to celebrate
Earth Day, students at the Basin, Meridian and Idaho Falls
School Districts will be breathing easier, thanks to a $250,000
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) “Clean School Bus
USA” grant.

   
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