From Farm to Fuel: Arkansas town focusing on energy independence-ABC 7, 11/25/13
DeWitt Refinery Opens Door to Winter Crop-Arkansas Business, 10/14/13
THREE-YEAR FEDERAL GRANT TO A-STATE WILL FUND BIOENERGY RESEARCH ON OIL-SEED CAMELINA- Arkansas State University, 11/21/12
"From the farm to a gas tank, that's the goal of an initiative in DeWitt where the city plans to use its 10-county vegetable oil collection site to make bio diesel"
"According to data developed at alt.Consulting, the projected economic impact of the project in DeWitt will generate over $2 million per year in new economic activity once the micro‐refinery is operating at capacity and producing 1 million gallons of fuel per year."
"The $27,000, refrigerator-sized gadget converts camelina, a wheat-like crop, into bio-fuel."
“We will conduct research and outreach activities associated with establishing Camelina sativa as a viable bioenergy crop in the region"