Roeslein Alternative Energy featured in New York Times article: Climate change provisions in the Inflation Reduction Act have spurred developers to build ambitious renewable energy projects that turn manure into methane.
Dr. Lisa Schulte Moore and industry professionals explain the benefits of restoring prairie to agricultural landscapes.
Meet the forward-thinkers who pushed the boundaries of their traditional practices to change the course of the future.
An introduction to Prairie Prophets, Horizon II, and Rudi Roeslein, hosted by Brandon Butler.
Standing in an established pollinator patch means bees are regularly buzzing your head, but that doesn’t bother these three men. They are happy to see the bees and butterflies in this prairie planting.
Published by High Plains/Midwest Ag Journal Roeslein Alternative Energy and Smithfield Hog Production celebrated the completion of the first phase of a $120 million energy project Aug. 24 in Princeton, Missouri. The project’s focus is to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, produce renewable natural gas, eliminate rainfall effects of treatment systems and generate additional jobs for the […]
Roeslein Alternative Energy uses a proprietary system of technologies to capture gases emitted from animal waste through the natural process of anaerobic digestion.
Partnership led by Roeslein Alternative Energy wins $80 million grant to develop new climate-smart agriculture value chain
‘Horizon II’ Pilot Project to Demonstrate How Farmers Get Environmental Credit Compensation and Renewable Energy Revenue by Planting Prairie Grasses and Cover Crops