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Steam leaves the Duluth Steam plant in January 2006. Duluth Steam will receive $150,000 from the Minnesota Department of Agriculture to add wood to the pulverized coal it uses to fire the boilers that heat much of the city’s downtown. (File / News Tribune)

Energy grants boost Duluth efforts to use wood

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A couple of state grants announced Monday will support Duluth-based efforts to open new markets for Northland forest products and simultaneously reduce our reliance on fossil fuels.

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