The USDA "Power Plants: Farming Energy" exhibit developed for the National Arboretum showcases living plants with the potential for bioenergy crops. As visitors stroll through the one-acre Power Plants Garden, outdoor interpretive signage explains how each plant can be converted to biofuel.
"Power Plants" at the National Arboretum is viewed along the Flowering Tree Walk. A smaller version of the the exhibit also deveoped for the US Botanical Gardens on the Mall in Washington, DC for Bioenergy Awareness displays.
Ethanol and biodiesel produced from the twenty-one plants on display may replace petroleum based fuels.
Recycled oil drums are colorful planters used in the exhibits.
|Project:||Power Plants: Farming Energy|
|Role:||Exhibit / Graphic Design|
|Location:||US National Arboretum, DC|