Please join Growth Energy this Teacher Appreciation Day in thanking all our nation’s educators for their dedication to shaping our future leaders – especially our agricultural educators who help keep rural America strong. The thousands of ag educators across the nation work tirelessly to ensure students in both rural and urban areas understand the value of American agriculture here across our country and the world.
That’s why we are proud to partner with organizations like the National Association of Agricultural Educators (NAAE) and National FFA to support agricultural education in the classroom by introducing the first in-classroom biofuels curriculum. This two-week curriculum helps tell the story of biofuels in America through hands-on STEM activities, as well as by providing the historical and political context biofuels have played in our nation’s energy policy. We encourage you to share our biofuels curriculum, developed in partnership with NAAE, with an educator in your community to ensure that both teachers and students have the resources they need to succeed.
PHOENIX – Last weekend at the Bluegreen Vacations 500, NASCAR reached a significant milestone, announcing that their drivers have surpassed 15 million miles on Sunoco Green E15, a fuel made with 15 percent American ethanol. NASCAR adopted E15 in 2011 across its three national series to reduce emissions in the sport, while maintaining the high-performance standard needed […]
Thx for the #RecycleChallenge, @rcrracing! #Biofuel production is all about reusing & recycling and at Growth Energy, we make sure to dispose of plastic properly and you can too! Find out how by going to how2recycle.info. We challenge @POETBiofuels to see how they do it! https://t.co/wdutRS05Rf
I joined @SenJohnThune @ChuckGrassley @SenJoniErnst @SenatorFischer & @RoyBlunt in a letter to @realDonaldTrump to request the EPA change its proposed rule to restore integrity to the Renewable Fuel Standard. 15 billion gallons means 15 billion gallons. https://t.co/veBkthgGki
Reminder to all Iowans: The deadline to submit public comments on the @EPA’s supplemental rule is Nov. 29. 15 billion gallons means 15 billion gallons, and Iowa’s farmers and producers are counting on it. Express your support for upholding the #RFS here: https://t.co/R3MA4qz3s8