Macon, Missouri’s Ethanol plant—going green while reducing America’s dependence on fossil fuels
Tuttle shares insights about the process of turning corn in to biofuels and how Poet is on the road to becoming a carbon neutral operation while mitigating America's dependence of fossil fuels.
In addition to bioethanol production, Poet also produces liquified CO2 and distillers grain used as cattle feed—a bi-product of the 17 million bushels of raw corn Poet processes annually.
Stay tuned for upcoming podcasts featuring destinations in Northeast Missouri:
- West Winery and Maples Repertory Theater--Macon
- Knox High School’s cool new electric school busses
- Serving rural health at Scotland County Hospital
- Nemo Manufacturing & Practical Tactical
- Corp of Engineer’s Rock Island Dam on the Mississippi
- Mobley—The Magic City
Mark Twain’s hometown of Hannibal
Funding for Journeys of Discovery provided by Nashville's Big Back Yard economic initiative focused on rural communities in the southwest quarter of Tennessee and the Shoals Region of Northern Alabama.