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  • Grower's Corner - providing and sharing current information on poplar and willow crop management.
  • Statistics - on poplar and willow in Canada.
  • Publications - Poplar and Willow Council newsletters, national reports, other useful publications on poplar and willow.
  • Photo Gallery - photos from Poplar and Willow Council field tours and other occasions.
RECENT ADDITIONS

Deep Row Entrenchment of Biosolids using Poplar -by Jonathan Kays, Forestry Extension Specialist, University of Maryland- part of the University of Minnesota Extension's Next-Gen Poplars Short Rotation Woody Crops Webinar series,recorded October 19, 2021

Creating the BioEconomy 2.0- A webinar by Darrel Fry, CEO, Advanced BioCarbon 3D as part of the University of Minnesota Extension's Next-Gen Poplars webinar series, hosted July 14, 2021, by Jeff Jackson. (part of the University of Minnesota's Short Rotation Woody Crops Webinar series).

Overview of wood products R&D at the Natural Resources Research Institute - A webinar by Matt Aro, Research Program Manager of Wood Products at the Natural Resources Research Institute (NRRI), University of Minnesota Duluth, as part of the University of Minnesota Extension's Next-Gen Poplars webinar series, hosted June 9, 2021, by Jeff Jackson. (part of the University of Minnesota's Short Rotation Woody Crops Webinar series).

Poplar & Willow: Their genetics launched phytoremediation - A webinar by Louis Licht, CEO, Ecolotree Inc.as part of the University of Minnesota Extension's Next-Gen Poplars webinar series, hosted May 12, 2021, by Jeff Jackson. (part of the University of Minnesota's Short Rotation Woody Crops Webinar series).

Canadian report to 2020 IPC Session - Activities related to the Cultivation and Utilization of Poplars, Willows and other Fast-Growing Trees in Canada 2016-2019.  A comprehensive report by John Kort and William Schroeder, including policy and legal framework, technical information, statistics, general information and 40 pages of relevant literature citations.