Domestic Fuel: Missouri School Gets Upgrade to Biodiesel Center

Posted on June 20th, 2014

From Domestic Fuel (June 19, 2014):

A Missouri high school is getting a major upgrade to its biodiesel center. Officials at Rockwood Summit High School in Fenton, Mo. broke ground on the new Monsanto Education Center for Sustainable Solutions, a facility to teach students the value of renewable fuels, such as biodiesel.

The Monsanto Company, Missouri Soybean Merchandising Council, National Biodiesel Board, National Corn Growers Association, St. Louis Community Foundation and Rockwood Summit High School announced the establishment of the Monsanto Education Center for Sustainable Solutions in January 2014.

The center will be housed in a new building constructed on Rockwood Summit’s campus and will include an area where students and advisors can plant row crops to study how plants such as corn and soybeans produce a renewable source of fuel.

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