ASU seeking permission to expand biofuel research area

In Arizona, Arizona State University is seeking permission from the Yuma County Board of Supervisors to expand its biofuels research onto other land outside its agricultural center in the city. The county’s planning commission approved the rezoning of rural land to allow biofuel production processing facilities in a 5-1 vote. The city’s planner argues that growing crops for biofuel production is close enough to agriculture, and so its processing should be considered related to actual farming.

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