The Northeast Wood Heat Region

The Northeast Wood Heat Region

The Northeast Wood Heat Region is a community of local governments, nonprofits, and private companies united in solidarity against climate change. It is a distributed system of renewable energy based on the manufacture of heating fuel from waste wood, short supply lines, and new, automated, clean heating technology. Just as Community Supported Agriculture supports a local polyculture of food systems, the Northeast Wood Heat Region represents an opportunity for Community Supported Forestry to replace the centralized monoculture of fossil fuel heating.

 

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