Agroforestry Projects

Since its launch in 1996, the Center for Integrated Natural Resources and Agricultural Management (CINRAM) at the University of Minnesota has worked with public and private partners to develop innovative solutions to water and land use problems. One of these tools is agroforestry: a solution with the potential to simultaneously generate income, enhance water quality, and, as it turns out, produce bioenergy.

Living Snow Fences

Living Snow Fences
Living Snow Fences
Living Snow Fences
Living Snow Fences

Alley cropping with perennial bioenergy crops

Alley cropping with perennial bioenergy crops
Alley cropping with perennial bioenergy crops
Alley cropping with perennial bioenergy crops
Alley cropping with perennial bioenergy crops