United States: Poplar project takes aim at waste, power

Missoulian: Heath Carey planted some 300 poplar trees last year on a couple of acres at Missoula's wastewater treatment plant. Carey, a University of Montana graduate student in resource conservation, said he poured just about everything he had into the impoverished soil besides tears, and maybe some of those, too. "I ran a stake through my face when I was planting trees," Carey said. The trees drink a small gulp of the effluent flowing from the treatment plant into the Clark Fork ......

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