At the beginning of December, Communications Manager Meredith Kesler attended the National Association of Agriculture Educators’ (NAAE) 2017 Convention in Nashville, Tenn. It was a wonderful opportunity to meet agriculture teachers who are increasingly including information about ethanol and biofuels in their lesson plan. A highlight of the convention was watching a workshop group conduct a classroom experiment that compared the energy released and amount of pollution and emissions coming from kerosene and ethanol flames. Growth Energy also hosted a booth at the NAAE teachers’ reception, where educators could pick up copies of our fact sheets and hear more about biofuels in the classroom. It was fun to see so many excited teachers and talk to them about ag education! Don’t forget to save the date for #TeachAg Day 2018: September 20.

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Today in Michigan, with holiday drivers facing record-high gas prices, the state Senate Ag Committee approved legislation to expand access to lower-cost, lower-emissions biofuel blends for drivers in Michigan. growthenergy.org/2022/06/23/gro…

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New → Canada has released its finalized Clean Fuel Regulations, and they are a win for the Canadian consumer and low-carbon biofuels. growthenergy.org/2022/06/29/can… https://t.co/sz5VlK7MSL

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@FoxNews @sheetz E15 is available this summer thanks to @POTUS recent emergency waiver. Year-round E15 should be made permanent so these savings can be accessed by American drivers all year long.

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As seen on @FoxNews ⛽️ @sheetz is selling E15/Unleaded88 for $3.99/per gallon all weekend long to promote renewable fuel options and reflect the cost savings of E15 at stations across the country. https://t.co/RJBx9ztRYw

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