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Advanced Biological Compost News and Events

updated June 8/2016

NEW Online Compost Training/Management/Tracking App

New Trommel Screen

About Us
Global Repair is a company dedicated to sustainable development with a focus on client empowerment through awareness and education. All over the world in modern society, wherever people exist, there appears to be accumulating waste. We have imbalances with carbon and other gases in our atmosphere.  Many of our rivers and lakes have high contamination levels. The agricultural approaches we have pursued for the last 50+ years have contributed to these problems. There is very little understanding as to what soil actually is, the complexities of the micro life involved and how it works.

We believe food security and the struggle for resources to be related to the cause of many of the world’s problems today and will probably be the cause of many more in the future. There is a growing awareness of the relationship between food, contamination, health and behaviour.

We have supplied compost equipment manufactured in Canada to 35 US states and to over 28 countries composting a variety of material. We have developed an online tracking system for quality control to collect data related to GHG emissions and sequestering. The system is being further developed to run as a phone app. We offer a compost education management course. We consult with many clients

We pursue Sustainability because we believe in humanity. It is part of our nature and the essence of commerce to share prosperity. We all have a connection to earth.  We all need food, clean water and air to breathe. They are foundations for survival and civilization. When we help others achieve these necessities to a greater degree there is a connection and a satisfaction in knowing we have contributed to improving life through empowerment.

Natural approaches to agriculture can bring us closer to harmonious relationships with each other and our planet and could contribute far more than we realize to global sustainability

 

Events

Annual Guelph Organic Conference – Guelph, ON, Jan 26-29- 2017 www.guelphorganicconf.ca

 

Life in the Soil


Dr. Elaine Ingham presented her seminar "Life in the Soil" in Milverton, On, Wed Jan 21/2015. The seminar focused on plant requirements, nutrient exchange and the important role microbes play in our soil/food production. Making and using quality compost, compost tea and compost extract are the most effective ways to replenish soil life and benefit plant health.

Compost Online Management Services.


The new Sittler 512 Windrow Turner

 

Sittler Introduces Dual Flap Guard Protection

 

 

Inoculating With Sittler Water Wagon

Above, inoculating compost with the Sittler 1014 Turner and Water Wagon at the Rodale Institute. The Water Wagon connects to the Sittler Water Injection System on the compost turner. posted Oct. 2/2013

Dr. Elaine Ingham, founder of Soil Foodweb explained the importance of having all of the right microbes present at the start of the compost cycle in order for the compost to decompose properly.

When ingredients in the windrow have been exposed to pesticides or other chemical concentrations or if GM crop by products are used microbial presence may be inhibited. Sometimes this can slow the heating process. By inoculating we have some type of assurance that all of the right microbes will be present.

Maintaining heat at 131 degrees F for 10-15 days breaks down pesticides,
antibiotics and binds heavy metals. Maximum heat should not exceed 149 degrees F.


Above, microbes and nutrients can be extracted directly in the inoculating tank.

Microbes and nutrients can be extracted directly in the inoculating tank and applied to the windrow with the Sittler Water Injection unit that is standard on all of the Sittler turner models. Finished compost that has been evaluated for beneficial microbial presence is placed in a mesh bag and dunked into the water in the inoculating tank. The bag is gently massaged so the microbes, humic acids and other nutrients are released into the solution

The compost needs to be inoculated as the windrow is turned. Compost particles experience maximum exposure during the aeration process with microbes and nutrients being evenly distributed into the windrow. Testing for moisture in the windrow showed consistent readings after inoculation.

Sour piles or contaminated windrows may also be remediated with the Sittler water wagon and injection system.

 

 

Global Repair/Rodale Institute Form Strategic Alliance


Sittler 1014 turns compost at the Rodale Institute. photo courtesy Rodale institute

Global Repair Ltd is pleased to announce that we have formed a strategic alliance with the Rodale Institute and their newly appointed Chief Scientist Dr. Elaine Ingham, founder of Soil Foodweb.

The Rodale Institute has chosen the Sittler 1014 windrow turner, over all other brands, to do all of their composting, R&D, teaching and training. We are very excited to be a part of this powerful collaboration and the opportunity to pursue Research & Development projects together.

Dr. Ingham is world renowned for her work as a leading soil microbiologist and an authority on compost. She has taught thousands of individuals and companies how to improve their compost quality, growing methods and results. Her contribution to the science of compost is remarkable. She is a motivated, captivating speaker and a very efficient, comprehensible teacher. Dr. Ingham is now offering compost courses and will be setting up a full Soil Foodweb lab for soil and compost testing.

Founded in 1947, the Rodale Institute has earned a reputation as a trusted authoritative source of knowledge on soil health, compost and natural growing methods. It’s a pleasure to work with Executive Director, Coach Mark Smallwood and all of the talented people at the Rodale Institute. We’re very pleased with the progress we’ve made and confident about future accomplishments with Rodale.

Although we always welcome all new business and learning opportunities, situations like this rarely occur. We’re absolutely delighted to be able to work with the brightest, most experienced in their field and be a part of leading edge discoveries. The commercial compost sector pays little attention to microbiology and valuable resources are wasted as a result. Although we have made progress in the last 20 -30 years with our knowledge of compost, there is much more to discover. If we are going to meet the growing demand for food with our increasing population and degradation to our farmland, we need to improve our soils and, at the same time, sequester carbon by improving the quality of compost we make and apply.

For a list of courses taught by Dr. Ingham and upcoming news from Rodale please visit their website @ www.rodaleinstitute.org

 For more information on Dr. Ingham please visit www.soilfoodweb.com


2006 SFW seminar, Valerie Moen, Susan Antler, Michael Morris, Dr. Ingham

 

Building A Windrow (Booklet, now available on DVD), A Step by Step Instruction Process for Effective Composting
Explains a step by step process with clear pictures of each step and clear instructions so you can end up with a finished quality product your crops and customers will appreciate. Now available, to order email
sales@globalrepair.ca, or call 1-866-271-0719, 1-416-686-3690, fax 1-416-686-1744


The new Sittler 512 demonstrated at COFS 2012.

 

OCWA Wins Award with Sittler Turner
At the 33rd Annual Water Environment Association of Ontario (WEAO) Symposium in April, the Belle River-Maidstone Pollution Control Plant, part of Ontario Clean Water Agency in southern Ontario, was presented with an award for the results obtained by using a Sittler 512 compost windrow turner.

Some of the concerns which caused Belle River to purchase the windrow turner were: The need to increase dry matter in biosolids for hauling and land application - increased from 18% to 54% making the finished product cleaner and easier to haul and much more acceptable for spreading. The plant's 10 acre site location is in the midst of residential areas, industrial and school zones so odor complaints were a concern. Liquid storage and application were not viable options. By making windrows of the biosolids which are then turned with the Sittler turner and efficiently composted, odor is eliminated.

The time it was taking to turn with a back hoe has been reduced by 400% with the Sittler turner. Reduced volume and weight of biosolids has resulted in cost reductions in hauling fees.

Some of the other reasons farmers are more accepting of this compost is that the weed seeds, tomato seeds and other vegetation have been destroyed in this composting process. The product can be spread evenly with a spinner-type spreader which gives up to a 40-ft even spread pattern with very little compaction by equipment vs using a manure-type spreader with a 10-ft uneven spread pattern. The dry biosolids are easier to incorporate into the soil than the inconsistent wet solids.

Environmental risks are lower with the stabilized biosolids and public acceptance has increased with the neat appearance and lack of odor from the site. Belle River will be meeting with local farmers this year with the expectation of building up the demand for their composted biosolids.

 

Past  Events

Annual Guelph Organic Conference – Guelph, ON, Jan 30-31- 2016 www.guelphorganicconf.ca

Annual Guelph Organic Conference – Guelph, ON, Jan 31- Feb 1, 2015 www.guelphorganicconf.ca

Ottawa Valley Farm Show 2014 -March 11, 12 &13, 2014,  Ottawa, ON Canada,  www.ottawafarmshow.com
Booth 2128

33nd Annual Guelph Organic Conference – Guelph, ON – Feb 1-2, 2014 www.guelphorganicconf.ca

Canada's Outdoor Farm Show 2013 -Sept 10-12, 2013,  Woodstock ON Canada,  

Ottawa Valley Farm Show 2013 -March 12-14, 2013,  Ottawa, ON Canada,  www.ottawafarmshow.com

Canadian International Farm Show – Toronto, ON – February 5-7,  2013  www.canadianfarmshow.ca
booth 2716

32nd Annual Guelph Organic Conference – Guelph, ON – February. 2-3, 2013 www.guelphorganicconf.ca

Canadian Waste & Recycling ExpoToronto, ON – Nov. 14 & 15, 2012, www.cwre.ca

Canada's Outdoor Farm Show 2012 -Global Repair Composting Demo Sept 11,12 & 13, Thank you to all who attended the demo of our new Sittler 512 in action.  Woodstock ON Canada,  

Fruit & Veg Tech Exchange Demo, July 12-14 was cancelled due to an unexpected demand of model 509.

OCE, Toronto, ON, May 14-15 2012 www.ocediscovery.com

Canadian International Farm Show – Toronto, ON – February 7-9, 2012  www.canadianfarmshow.ca
see us at booth 2716

31st Annual Guelph Organic Conference – Guelph, ON – January 28-29, 2012 www.guelphorganicconf.ca

Canadian Western Agribition – Regina, SK – November 21-26, 2011www.agribition.com

Canada's Outdoor Farm Show 2011,

Thanks to all who attended and contributed to another successful show. Global Repair Composting Demo 10:30 and 2:30.

Woodstock ON Canada, Where Farmers Meet, September 13, 14 & 15, 2011,

 

30th Annual Guelph Organic Conference – Guelph, ON – January 29-30, 2011 www.guelphorganicconf.ca

Canadian International Farm Show – Toronto, ON – February 8-10, 2011  www.canadianfarmshow.ca

Canadian Waste and Recycling Expo

Canada's Outdoor Farm Show 2010, Thanks to all who attended our windrow turning demo and visited our site. Woodstock ON Canada, Where Farmers Meet, SEPTEMBER 14, 15, 16, 2010, www.outdoorfarmshow.com

Post Globe 2010
"Cleantech business.. Solutions for the world' . Global Repair was pleased to attend a successful Post Globe 2010. We were inspired by the speakers and panel members. The event creates an opportunity for companies to share environmental ideas and to coordinate with interested parties. We appreciate the positive vision of Ontario's environmental sector presented by the Hon.John Gerretsen, Minister of the Environment. Thank you to all who were able to visit our display. It is always a pleasure to share information. We look forward to many new discussions and opportunities.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Hazel Picks a Winner
Always willing to lend a helping hand, Mayor Hazel McCallion, also known as "Hurricane Hazel" for her no nonsense politics and Mayor of Mississauga since 1978, shown left with Valerie Moen, Marketing Director, picks the winner of the Global Repair Free Draw at the Canadian International Farm Equipment Show 2009. Thank you Hazel. We wish you many more years of health and success.

 

Canadian Western Agribition – Regina, SK – November 23-28, 2009 – www.agribition.com

29th Annual Guelph Organic Conference – Guelph, ON – January 28-31, 2010 – www.guelphorganicconf.ca

Canadian International Farm Show – Toronto, ON – February 17-19, 2010 – www.canadianfarmshow.ca

Canada's Outdoor Farm Show 09, Thank you to all who attended and contributed to another wonderful, successful show. Come visit us next year. Watch our website for updates and visit COFS website below for additional data. Woodstock ON Canada, Where Farmers Meet, SEPTEMBER 15, 16, 17, 2009, www.outdoorfarmshow.com

Canadian International Farm Equipment Show – February 3-5, 2009
International Centre, 6900 Airport Road, Toronto, ON www.torontofarmshow.com, 416-385-0696

28th University of Guelph International Organic Conference – January 24-25, 2009
Proud co-sponsors and exhibitors at Guelph Organic Conference – University of Guelph,  www.guelphorganicconf.ca, 519-824-4120 Thanks to all who attended.

Agribition  
Regina, SK – November 24 – 29, 2008 Thank you to all who attended.

Canada's Outdoor Farm Show 08
Thanks to all who visited Global Repair's 6th annual compost windrow turning demo at Canada’s Outdoor Farm Show, Sept 9,10 and 11, 2008. It was a pleasure seeing all of our old friends and meeting new ones during our Compost Windrow Turning Demo. For more information to find out how you can save on input cost, increase your quality and yields contact sales@globalrepair.ca . You've got questions and we've got answers. For more info re next  years demo visit www.outdoorfarmshow.com .

 


The Soil Foodweb: Optimizing the Life in Your Soil
Dr. Jason Hofman, President & Lab Director, Soil Foodweb Canada East Ltd.
When: Jan 24, 2008
Location: Guelph ON

Contact Soil Foodweb Canada East for more details @  1-877-333-5696 or email info@sfce.ca , ww.sfce.ca 

“If you farm, manage an orchard or vineyard, run a nursery, or manage turf, you can fine-tune the ecosystem in your soil to optimize it for whatever you are growing. This fine-tuning, in combination with other good soil management practices, can greatly decrease disease and pest pressure, increase sustainable yields, and optimize crop quality -- Discover how utilizing nature can reduce your input costs. 

Jason Hofman, Ph.D:, President and Lab Director
Dr. Hofman was originally trained as a plant physiologist and biochemist with a focus on enzymology. He has a strong background in preparative biochemistry related to enzyme purification and all methods used in recombinant DNA research. Dr. Hofman became interested in composting while working at Dalhousie University in the early 1990s. Since that time he has managed a composting plant, acted as a consultant on composting matters to many different clients, and carried out composting training programs in Nova Scotia and the Caribbean. Dr. Hofman trained with Dr. Ingham in Oregon in 2005 and is a fully qualified soil foodweb scientist. ”

Soil Foodweb Canada East Ltd. is Open for Testing and Consultation
What are your microbes doing for you? Have your soil or compost tested at Soil Foodweb Canada www.sfce.ca
Are you a current client of Global Repair? Ask about our discount plan with Soil Foodweb and save on testing?

Annual 27th Guelph  Organic Agriculture Conference – Jan 26 & 27 – Trade Show, www.guelphorganicconf.ca    Booth 74

Canadian International Farm Equipment Show – Feb 5 – 7 – www.torontofarmshow.com   
Booth 2722

Eco-Farm Day – Cornwall – Feb 23

Managing Productivity with Soil Biology
A Soil Foodweb Canada East Introductory Workshop 
Guest Speaker: Dr. Jason Hofman, President & Lab Director, Soil Foodweb Canada East Ltd.
When: Dec. 6, 2007
Location: The Lions Hall, 40 South Street West, Elmira, ON

Thanks to all who attended and contributed to a successful event.

Soil Foodweb Canada East @ 1-877-333-5696 or email info@sfce.ca , ww.sfce.ca 

Canada's Outdoor Farm Show
Thanks to all who attended Global Repair's 5th annual compost demo at Canada’s Outdoor Farm Show, Sept 11, 12 & 13, 2007.. It was a pleasure seeing all of our friends and meeting new ones during our Compost Windrow Turning Demo. For more information to find out how you can save on input cost, increase your quality and yields contact sales@globalrepair.ca . You've got questions and we've got answers. For more info re next years demo visit www.outdoorfarmshow.com or call or email us for a free DVD demo.

Canadian International Farm Equipment Show
Canadian International Farm Equipment Show –  February 6-8, 2007
International Centre, 6900 Airport Road, Toronto, ON www.torontofarmshow.com, 416-385-0696

International Organic Agriculture Conference, Jan 27-29/06
Proud co-sponsors and exhibitors at Guelph Organic Conference – January 27 & 28, 2007, University of Guelph,  www.guelphorganicconf.ca, 519-824-4120

Canada's Outdoor Farm Show
Thanks to all who came to visit us at Canada’s Outdoor Farm Show, Sept 12, 13 & 14, 2006.. We look forward to next year when we plan to have another Windrow Turner in action. Find out how you can save on input cost, increase your quality and yields. You've got questions and we've got answers. For more info visit www.outdoorfarmshow.com or call or email us for a free DVD demo.

Live Windrow Turning Demo, Find Out What You Need to Know About Making Good Compost
Thanks to Lorne Jameson, Ignatius Center, Swanston Farm Equipment Rockwood ON, Organic Meadows and all who contributed to this successful event. Ignatius Farm Aug 10 & 16th at 2:00pm. Admission is free. Call or email for more details. see images

the Secrets of Soil Life, Dr. Elaine Ingham,
President, Soil Foodweb Inc.
President, Board of Directors, Sustainable Studies Institute
April 4, 2006, The Lions Hall,40 South Street West, Elmira, ON
Co Sponsored by the Composting Council of Canada

Canadian International Farm Equipment Show, Feb 7-9/06
www.torontofarmshow.com, 416-385-0696

International Organic Agriculture Conference, Jan 27-29/06
University of Guelph, www.guelporganicconf.ca, 519-824-4120

Landscape Ontario, Jan 10-12/06
Toronto Congress Center, 650 Dixon Rd. Toronto, Ontario, 416-245-5000

Canadian Western Agribition
The largest agricultural show and marketplace in Canada  Nov. 21-26/05, Regina, Saskatchewan. Thanks to all who attended our booth and draw and to all who made this show a great success.

Soil Quality Workshop
Learn how SOIL LIFE can lower the cost of production.
Thanks to Dr. George W. Bird, Professor, Michigan State University who spoke to a crowd of over 140 interested attendees on December 15, 2005  

Canada's Outdoor Farm Show
Thanks to all who came to visit us at Canada’s Outdoor Farm Show, Sept 13, 14 & 15/05.. We look forward to our show next year. For more info visit www.outdoorfarmshow.com.

Restoring Your Soil Vitality
Seminar/Workshop

Guest Speaker: Larry Breech, Compost Research Coordinator Consultant

Special Guest Speaker: Ted Leischner, Soil Foodweb Canada Ltd
When: Friday, Aug 5, 2005
Location: Sandford/Uxbridge Community Centre, ON
Time: Seminar 9:30 am – 4:00 pm
Cost: $75.00 per person, includes lunch & refreshments

Please confirm attendance ASAP
Contact: Global Repair
33 Bellefair Ave., Toronto, Ontario, Canada, M4L 3T7
sales@globalrepair.ca,
or call: 1-866-271-0719, 1-416-686-3690, fax: 1-416-686-1744

What are your soil microbes doing for you?
Ted Leischner, President, Lab Director & Soil Foodweb Certified Advisor
Soil Foodweb Canada Ltd, Soil Foodweb Canada Ltd, will be available for private consultation. To arrange to send a compost/soil sample prior to the seminar and or to book an appointment with Ted, please contact Global Repair Ltd.

 

Canada’s International Horticultural Lawn and Garden Trade Show and Conference,
January 11-13 Toronto Congress Centre, 650 Dixon Road, Toronto, ON   Booth 375 in Aisle 300  www.locongress.com

Guelph Organic Conference
Jan 21-23/05. We attended the Guelph International Organic Conference at University of Guelph. The show was a great success. Thank you to all who attended especially those who visited our booth.

Canadian International Farm Equipment Show,
February 8 - 11 International Centre, Toronto, ON www.torontofarmshow.com   Booth 2722, Hall 2  right by the entrance to Hall 3.

Canada's Outdoor Farm Show 04
Our Windrow Turning demo was a success again at  Canadian Outdoor Farm Show in Woodstock . A Sittler Compost Turner was in action daily at 10:30 am and 2:30 pm.  We would like to thank all those who attended and contributed this year. For more information on the Canadian Outdoor Farm Show please visit www.outdoorfarmshow.com or call 1-800-563-5441 or 519-822-2890.

Farm Equipment Show
Feb 3-6/04 We attended the Farm Equipment Show at the International Centre outside of Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Despite weather conditions with snow and freezing rain on opening day the event was a great success. Thank you to all who visited our booth. 

A Practical Approach to Nutrient Recovery
On  Jan. 22, 2004, Special Guest Speaker Larry Breech, Compost Research Coordinator & Consultant gave a captivating seminar at  the University of Guelph Arboretum, Ontario, Canada. Compost enthusiasts weathered a vicious winter storm to partake in the event. Guests partook in an organic lunch. The event lasted from 10 am to 4:30 with an additional evening boardroom discussion for those already engaged in composting operations. We were honored to have  Lambert Otten, Dean of Engineering of University of Guelph share some information regarding a compost project in Cuba. Thank you to all who made this a successful event. 

Compost Basics
On  Jan. 26, 2004, Special Guest Speaker Larry Breech, Compost Research Coordinator & Consultant presented a Compost Basics seminar at
Stearns History Museum, 235 S 33rd Ave, St Cloud, MN, USA. 


September 9, 10 & 11 2003

We
were invited by OMAFRA (Ministry of Agriculture) to be a part of their “Innovations in Manure Technology” tent at the Canadian Outdoor Farm Show in Woodstock again this year. A demo with Sittler Composting equipment was on display for windrow turning demonstrations each day. Both last year and this year were a great success and we look forward to seeing you again next year. For more information on the Canadian Outdoor Farm Show please visit www.outdoorfarmshow.com or call 1-800-563-5441 or 519-822-2890.

September 17-21
International Plowing Match - Carlton Place, On. We were demonstrating Sittler Windrow Turners as a part of Machines in Motion. The show is an annual event and traditionally draws around 200,000 people. For more information on the show,  call 1-866-IPM-2002.

ABC Monitoring Forms: We have created ABC monitoring forms to assist in composting and to collect more data.


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Larry Breech examining some compost.

Who Is Larry Breech?

 Membership Coordinator for the Pennsylvania Farmers Union.

 Represented National Farmers Union on the Grazing and Grasslands Coalition.

Chapter President, State Executive Board Director, Chairman of the Environmental Committee, Chairman of the Policy Committee, Vice President of the Family Farm Foundation, Vice President of PFU Member’s Service Corporation, and State Vice President of PFU. 

Represented PFU on the National Policy Committee. Policy was developed and adopted at both the state and national level supporting composting as a best management practice and to be included as part of a conservation plan eligible for cost sharing.

Helped initiate an EPA 319 Clean Water Grant in cooperation with the Natural Resource & Conservation Service, (formerly the Soil Conservation Service of USDA) the Pocono RC&D (an 11-county coalition of conservation districts) and Bloomsburg University. The multi-year project’s focus was on how to eliminate non-point pollution via an activated biological process. (Composting done right). It was the first project of its kind and proved the economic and environmental value of good compost in a commercial scale agronomic production utilization.

Consulted with Michigan State about a like-minded project done at Lansing.
Had the opportunity to present the results and experiences of work as a featured speaker at the University of Guelph-National Organic Conference, and USDA-ARS at Kearneysville, WV.

Presented at Kitchener/Waterloo, ON, Moose Jaw, SK and Prince Albert, SK, sponsored by the regional organic growers and the Waste Reduction Council of Saskatchewan.

Hosted numerous field days and seminars in Pennsylvania, Maryland, and Ohio, including ones to USDA, SARE, and EPA officials.

Served a term as Vice Chairman and a term as Chairman of the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Resources Ag. Advisory Board. Responsibilities included reviewing all regulations that pertained to agriculture in PA as well as advising on any new or proposed changes.  

Served on the steering committee to form the Pennsylvania Association of Sustainable Agriculture and two years on the convention committee.  

Served two years on the Pennsylvania Composting Association’s Technology and Standards Committees.

Penn State University 1972 graduate and the Pennsylvania Rural Leadership Program (RULE VI) of 1997.

Farms 250 acres of grain and raises sheep in the hills of Central Pennsylvania

President to the Pennsylvania Farmers Union and a member of the National Farmers Union’s Board of Directors, Currently serving as Vice Chairman of the National Membership Committee.

President of the Pennsylvania Family Farm Foundation, A non-profit organization dedicated to promoting scientific research, economic development and educational outreach.

Currently serving on the Chesapeake Bay Ag Advisory Committee, The Susquehanna River Basin Advisory and the Grazing and Grassland Conservation Initiative and the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection Ag Advisory Board.

Member the Pennsylvania Dog Law Advisory to advise the Department of Agriculture on changes in dog regulations and laws.

Serves on the board of education for Millville, Columbia-Montour Vocational and Technical School and the Central Susquehanna Intermediate Unit, providing educational service to special needs students and the adult community. I am also serving on the Susquehanna Educational Foundation, to provide assistance via channeling funding from the community and business interests to less fortunate residents to assist in their educational self-improvement.

Serves on the sustainable forestry initiative called “WoodWorks”. This project was created to encourage and provide outreach services to the general woodlot owning public on how to manage their woodlots to maximize their social, environmental, recreational, and economic benefits.

Serves on the biofuels advisory to the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture.

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