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UW Oshkosh Today, 04 Feb 2016 by News Bureau

A couple miles from the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh, a marsh owned by the University is filled with cattails—cattails that need to be removed to open up the marsh and allow for plants to grow and habitats to thrive.

Back on campus, the cattails are creating energy by acting as dry biomass for the University’s dry fermentation anaerobic biodigester–a first in the Americas biogas facility that turns waste into energy.  Read full article here.

Watch video here.