Vermont's Biodiesel Future
10/09/07 12:00PM By Jane Lindholm
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The use of biofuels is growing in Vermont. Some experts now say biodiesel could eventually supply up to a quarter of the state's liquid fuel needs. The biodiesel industry could also be a source of jobs in Vermont, and it could be a boon to farmers-- a few of whom are already growing biofuel crops to power their tractors and feed their livestock. We discuss the pros and cons of biodiesel and Vermont's efforts to develop this potential fuel source.
Also on the program, how the President ‘s veto of the State Children's Health Insurance Program (SCHIP) could impact Vermont children, and what Vermont's response is likely to be. And, eating locally with the students at Rumney Elementary School in Middlesex.