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Area farmer reelected to Clean Fuels board

Jackson County farmer Chris Hill will continue to spread the good word about biofuel after being reelected to the Clean Fuels Alliance America governing board.

Hill, who earned reelection during the annual Clean Fuels Membership Meeting Nov. 6-8 in Washington, D.C., is beginning his second two-year term on the board on behalf of the Minnesota Soybean Research & Promotion Council, a press release stated.

“I joined this board having some background working in the biodiesel industry, but more importantly I joined as a soybean farmer looking to do what’s best for soybeans,” said Hill, who added, “Biofuels play a big role in the soybean industry.”

Formerly known as the National Biodiesel Board, Clean Fuels helps to aid biodiesel, renewable diesel, and sustainable aviation fuel in being recognized as a mainstream low-carbon fuel option with superior performance and emission characteristics.

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