David Blume’s Regenerative Agriculture and
Appropriate-Scale Alcohol Fuel Production
Presentations Featured at ABIC in Saskatoon
Canada 9/15 and Solfest in Ukiah CA. 9/25-26
Blume Provides Plan for Development of Localized Jobs, Food, Biofuel and Related Coproducts
September 13, 2010 03:16 PM Eastern Daylight Time
SAN JOSE, Calif.--(EON: Enhanced Online News)--The International Institute for Ecological Agriculture (IIEA):
WHAT: The International Institute for Ecological Agriculture (IIEA) announced today that its Executive Director
and Founder David Blume is a featured speaker this month at the Agriculture and Biotechnlogy International
Conference (ABIC) in Saskatoon Canada as well as at the SolFest Sustainable Living Conference in Ukiah, CA.
Blume is a globally renowned regenerative agriculture and BioFuels expert and is author of Alcohol Can Be A Gas!
andwill be presenting how we can:
l End global deforestation and improve health and safety conditions for women and children around the world
l Replace hazardous open wood-fueled in-door heating and cooking with clean sustainable and locally
produced alcohol fuel
l Cheaply produce appropriate scale alcohol fuel from waste, toxic/spoiled food, native and cultivated crops.
l Generate high-profit, high-yield, coproducts from the alcohol fuel production process
l Develop affordable rapid response systems for global environmental and climatic disasters
According to Blume, “We all must become the champions of hope and leaders of economic revitalization and
environmental healing for our communities, our nation and planet. Alcohol fuel gives us safe and affordable liquid
solar energy that can power our energy needs including home heating and cooking as well as transportation.”
When: The Agriculture Biotechnology International Conference runs Monday through Wednesday, 9/12 -15/10 in
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada.
Blume’s talk “Diverse Alcohol Fuel Feedstocks: High-Profit, High-Yield, Ecological Alternatives to Corn.” begins at