"A life cycle analysis of the carbon footprint of camelina-based biojet fuel concludes that the renewable fuel reduces carbon dioxide emissions by 75% compared to traditional petroleum-based jet fuel, according to a peer-reviewed paper published in Environmental Progress & Sustainable Energy ."
Sustainable Oils has a strong commitment to our growers. We designed our Shared Risk Commitment and production contract based on input from farmers like you. Thanks to those who shared time and opinions; we believe our program provides the convenience and revenue confidence you need.
We were pleased with the interest and excitement about camelina generated by the USDA's BCAP program this fall. The enrollment period for the program has ended, but camelina production opportunities for the 2011-2012 growing season are still available in all three growing areas.
For more information, please contact:
California: Tom Prata at The Wilbur Ellis Company 559-304-1353 or
Scot Goble at AgSeeds Unlimited at 559-730-8400
Montana and Washington: Scott Johnson at 919-428-1102 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Canada: Nick Flaman at 306-371-2404 or email@example.com
We are working with leading retailer partners throughout our growing areas to ensure that growers planting camelina have access to support throughout the growing season. Click here to see profiles of some of these retailers and their perspectives on camelina’s potential.