MIFBI provides education and innovative services that foster the forest bioeconomy.  We are a growing coalition of stakeholders across industry, academia, and government dedicated to the responsible and sustainable utilization of forest biomaterials for an improved quality of life in Michigan.

Now Hiring!

To apply for this position, send your resume and 3 references to: Mark Rudnicki at mark@mifbi.org before June 15. Employment opportunity – Administrative Assistant Michigan Forest Biomaterials Institute (MIFBI) is seeking a part-time administrative assistant to perform an exciting blend of executive, clerical and programmatic support. The position reports to and provides support to the…

The Forest Bioeconomy and the Circular Bioeconomy

The forest bioeconomy refers to economic activities that use renewable bio-based resources from forest ecosystems, land or water, for production of services, products or energy. Coupled with a life cycle approach, we can have a foundation for sustainable development.