Ethanol Education Workshop

The second ethanol education workshop for science and agriculture teachers was held at the FFA Center in Trafalgar, Indiana on September 28, 2016.

The workshop was designed for an agriculture and science teacher from the same school to both attend to learn about science experiments and lessons plans targeted for middle school and high school students and take the knowledge back to their classrooms. A kit valued at $250 was offered to each school at no cost.

Below are links to resources from the training.

Ethanol Fact Sheet

How to Use Ethanol

For more information on ethanol, visit the following web sites:

Indiana Corn Marketing Council

Renewable Fuels Association

Food vs. Fuel infographic

 

Check back often for details on the next workshop being held September 2016! 

 

Did you know Indiana corn ethanol powers racing?

From corn stalks to stock cars, Indiana corn is a versatile crop used across many industries. See how ethanol, made from Indiana corn, provides a greener, alternative fuel option (while increasing horsepower) for NASCAR in this article by Indiana Family of Farmers blogger Basilmomma: a busy mom that likes to cook. 

 

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