Interesting North Dakota Ethanol Campaign

goe.gifAlthough there remains a certain amount of debate (see here) on both the “greenness” and the practicality of Ethanol, if it ever grows to be a real gasoline alternative, there will be a great economic benefits for states such as North Dakota. As a result, that state has embarked on an amusing campaign for public awareness of ethanol’s potential for the state.

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  1. Gotta love that NoDak sense of humor. In neighboring Minnesota we have been using E85 for years — we have more than 150 stations selling the cleaner-burning gas alternative — and we at the American Lung Association of MN are supporting the effort with this website:

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