Supervisor Crocker speaks from World Ag Expo

After catching up with Kuyler Crocker, District 1 supervisor at World Ag Expo, he updated 3RNews on how Tulare County, in partnership with Western Milling and Southern California Gas Company, is working to convert methane into a carbon negative energy source.

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Western Milling, for their part, is building a refueling station on Betty Drive in Goshen. As more trucks convert to natural gas, the Betty Drive exit off Hwy. 99 will become a safe and convenient refueling station for thousands of trucks taking the central valley route between northern and southern California. SoCalGas, the nations largest natural gas utility, will supply the fuel.

Crocker also explains why the county’s farmers will supply industrial hemp; and the cities will furnish the recreational cannabis.

It’s a win-win, he said.

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