Ready to Bid? Stop by the NBF Booth in San Diego

auction photo Chartered fishing trip, BBI advertising, Tom Petty autographed  guitar, a putting   green, jewelry, lobster dinners and much more. Help the Foundation get off to   another great year. Bid and take home a unique auction item.   The Silent Auction runs Monday, Jan 21 to Wednesday, Jan 23 at the National   Biodiesel Conference and Expo in San Diego. The Live Auction (Yellowstone Tour   and Fishing Trip) will be during the general session on Wednesday afternoon. As   always, cash donations are welcome . Contributions directly support the Foundation’s research and education efforts.

Experts Meet in St.Louis to Discuss Sustainability Priorities

180927-Pht-LynnMKateGrayThe Foundation hosted  the Sustainability and ILUC Workshop in St. Louis,    MO. Forty- five leading experts and scientists gathered to discuss the latest ILUC and sustainability issues.  The goal of this invitation only workshop is to   determine the projects and priorities needed for the biodiesel industry. This workshop has been held biennially since 2014 and has been integral in determining foundation funding and research priorities. Agenda read more

Cummins Donates Engine to the Foundation

181005-Pto-PickupEngine2Cummins has donated a 2.8L engine to NBF to help  promote biodiesel.  Don Scott with NBB will put it in a 1972 Jeep Commando that NBF will use to promote biodiesel and the Cummins engine.  It is the first "crate" engine marketed directly to the public.Follow Don Scott on instagram (donscott4bt) to see the progress  on the "Green Machine"

About the Foundation

The National Biodiesel Foundation was organized in 1994. The mission of the National Biodiesel Foundation is to accomplish outreach, education, research and demonstration activities for the advancement of biodiesel and its co-products to improve rural economic development, national security, air quality and the environment.
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