Agroforestry Biomass Projects at the Guelph Research Station

A long-term agroforestry research project led by University of Guelph researchers at the Guelph Research Station is being completed. The project relates to biomass—non-food plants such as trees with the potential to be used for fuel. As part of that project, “short duration woody crops” such as poplar and willow trees and grass varieties were planted. To complete the project, they must now be harvested.Harvest will take place starting Nov. 23, 2020 at two sites that front onto Victoria Rd. S. in Guelph between College Avenue and Stone Road.