Scientists, land managers, fire prevention officials and environmental leaders are launching a study of Marin’s biomass—the organic waste generated by forest thinning, defensible space clearing, agriculture, yard work and food scraps—in search of innovative ways to reduce carbon emissions. 

The Marin Biomass Study, which received half a million dollars in funding from the California Governor’s Office . . .

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