Sponsors

We appreciate sponsorship provided by the following:

  • Beaver County Travel Council’s continued sponsorship of the field day events contributes to our success. If your interests lean toward a vacation where you can take in some local color, spend leisurely time visiting quaint shops and historical sites, then Beaver County might just be the place. Although, we are best known for great outdoor recreation, there is another side to Beaver County that may hold an even greater appeal for people wanting to sample a simpler way of life for a few days. Visit their website for more information.





  • USDA Forest Service support of Southern Utah Biomass coincides with the FS goal for woody biomass utilization. The Forest Service mission is to sustain the health, diversity, and productivity of the nation’s forests and grasslands to meet the needs of present and future generations. Utilizing woody biomass can be an important tool in this effort. Utilization of woody biomass for renewable energy and non-energy products can also be an economic benefit to communities, provide jobs, and reduce the cost of treatments. Visit their website for more information.







  • We welcome the addition of the Mule Deer Foundation to our list of supporters. Over twenty years ago, the concept of giving something back to mule deer was a dream of Emmett Burroughs. As Emmett traveled around the country, hunting and filming mule deer, he realized that many of us take this awesome species for granted. Visit their website for more information.








  • Utah Biomass Resources Group is a think tank which includes University researchers and personnel, agency representatives and private individuals with the common goal of creating diverse uses and utilization of biomass. Their continued support of the field day activities is appreciated. Visit their website for more information.








  • Intermountain SAF’s mission is to advance the science, education, technology, and practice of forestry; to enhance the competency of its members; to establish professional excellence; and, to use the knowledge, skills, and conservation ethic of the profession to ensure the continued health and use of forest ecosystems and the present and future availability of forest resources to benefit society. SAF is a nonprofit organization. SAF members include natural resource professionals in public and private settings, researchers, CEOs, administrators, educators, and students. Visit their website for more information.





  • TSS Consultants offers a suite of professional services to facilitate bioenergy project development through application of sound scientific and economic principles. TSS’ bioenergy project analyses and development support address financial, regulatory, feedstock supply, technical, and institutional barriers and risks that impact successful project development. Since 1986 TSS has conducted work for clients in 26 states and six Canadian provinces. Visit their website for more information.







  • Radian BioEnergy’s vision is to provide sustainable clean energy technologies that contribute to both domestic and global green energy production. Our gasification technology provides solutions to monetize biomass and waste resources while serving multiple market segments including: industrial heat/steam applications, renewable power and ‘drop-in’ biofuels. As the United States becomes increasingly dependent on foreign oil and while CO2 and other greenhouses gases become more regulated, Radian’s gasification technology is positioned to become a leader in industrial scale technology for clean energy solutions. Visit their website for more information.



  • PacifiCorp – Based in Salt Lake City, Rocky Mountain Power is one of the lowest-cost electric utilities in the United States, providing safe and reliable service to more than 982,000 customers in Utah, Wyoming and Idaho. The company celebrates its centennial this year, and continues to meet growing energy demand while protecting and enhancing the environment. Rocky Mountain Power offers customers its voluntary Blue SkySM program as a way to support renewable energy beyond what the company already includes in its diverse resource mix. Through its wattsmart programs and incentives, the company also encourages residents and businesses to reduce their energy use, which helps them save money and benefits the environment. Visit their website for more information.




  • Western SARE’s mission is to advance-to the whole of American agriculture-innovations that improve profitability, stewardship and quality of life by investing in groundbreaking research and education. Sustainability in agriculture embraces all farming and ranching – from small to large, from narrowly focused to highly diversified. Visit their website for more information.





  • Utah State University Cooperative Extension is a respected leader in the state, region, and world for its quality education programs, which address the critical needs of the citizens of Utah using research-based information. USU Extension programs are delivered throughout Utah and the intermountain region utilizing state-of-the-art methods and technology. USU Extension connects with more than one million diverse customers via electronic media, print materials, and face-to-face contacts each year. USU Extension is unique in structure and function with federal, state, and local partnerships. As a result, Extension is an evolving organization. As new challenges and opportunities arise, Extension employees develop specific outreach programs to meet the changing needs of Utah and the region. Visit their website for more information.


  • Beaver Soil Conservation District & Twin M Soil Conservation District – The Utah Association of Conservation Districts is the state voice for Utah conservation districts (State Code Title 17D Chapter 3). The 38 districts like 3,000 nationwide use a voluntary, incentive-based approach to protect soil, water, and other natural resources. The association is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) corporation with the principal purpose of educating and supporting the work of 190 local elected supervisors and their staff. Generally the association and districts’ administrative and professional staff are colocated with the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service at field offices throughout Utah and include resource coordinators, conservation planners, an engineer, and information and education specialists. The districts are trusted by private property owners and uniquely positioned to deliver technical and financial assistance available from various state and federal programs and agencies.


  • Bloomin Ranch Service’s focus, as a land management company, is to reduce invasive, woody species. This will decrease potential, volatile wildfire situations as well as increase the habitat for native wildlife. We work with both private landowners and government agencies. As a private company, Bloomin Ranch Service is always looking for and trying innovative approaches to land management problems. We support and sponsor Southern Utah Biomass because of our shared goal in educating the public on the need for restoration biomass.

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