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Biodiesel on Cellulose

Posted by Alex | December 6th, 2007 | Filed under Uncategorized

Revolution Green

For those readers of the kitchen residing in the Portland area, check out Revolution Green, a ‘renewable documentary’ playing tonight, Thursday December 6th, at the Hollywood Theatre. Narrated by Woody Harrelson and featuring Willie Nelson, it traces the history of biodiesel from its origins early in the twentieth century to its current resurgence, including the region’s own SeQuential BioFuel, the Eugene-based biodiesel plant with a real, live service station.

Putting their money where they’re mouth is, they’re also offering $1 off the $6 ticket price for those who ride the bus to the show, so whip out your Tri-Met passes and make the trip! Not in Portland? You can pick up a DVD at RevolutionGreen.com.

One Response to “Biodiesel on Cellulose”

  • December 9, 2007 at 1:11 pm | Cari Ann Enot says

    Hey Everyone,

    I have been checking in on this blog for a few months now and am extremely interested in Portland’s current events and community. I am currently a senior Industrial Design student at Milwaukee Institute of Art & Design. In preperation for my senior design thesis exhibit and research leading up to it – I am actually traveling out to Portland the second week of January. Would there be any possibility that anyone interested- writers, designers, portland-inhabitants would be willing to meet up for a informational interview?

    Any additional information would be greatly appreciated!
    Keep up the good posts!

    Thanks – Cari Ann

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