Daryl Maas, owner of Maas Energy Works in Redding, checks the generator on its methane digesting operation at a dairy farm in Galt in August. Many more digesters would be needed to meet California’s climate change goals.
Daryl Maas, owner of Maas Energy Works in Redding, checks the generator on its methane digesting operation at a dairy farm in Galt in August. Many more digesters would be needed to meet California’s climate change goals. Lezlie Sterling Sacramento Bee file
Daryl Maas, owner of Maas Energy Works in Redding, checks the generator on its methane digesting operation at a dairy farm in Galt in August. Many more digesters would be needed to meet California’s climate change goals. Lezlie Sterling Sacramento Bee file

The next big step for California on climate change

December 05, 2016 2:07 PM

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