Port of Morrow
|Port of Morrow|
Among the industrial activities at the port site are a Cargill grain shipping facility, a cellulosic ethanol plant under construction, and a biogas plant under construction by Novus Pacific. The port is also building a $6 million museum called the Sustainable Agriculture and Energy Center.
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