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Published March 28, 2010, 12:00 AM


In this March 12, 2010 photo, Steve Traeger, equipment operator with Stem Power Resources, drops a fresh load of baled brush from the end of the BioBaler at a demonstration site west of Floodwood, Minn. Made in Quebec, this 14-ton, $125,000 brush-cutting and baling machine is the only one of its kind operating in the U.S. (AP Photo/The Duluth News-Tribune, Bob King)
Read the article: BioBaler can help convert brushland into biomass energy