If you want an entirely feel-good and reasonable listen into the biodiesel world at Carl's Corner (the first truck stop in America to sell biodiesel fuel), give this NPR story a try. It doesn't have a lot of fresh "news", but it's a great audio snapshot of how biofuel is viewed at the Corner, how homebrewers make the fuel and other intangibles of the biodiesel movement. NPR's The Kitchen Sisters visited the station and produced a piece with lots of interviews fading in and out of each other, biodiesel-related music by Bill Kisinger ("Biodiesel Rebel"), Sons of the Pioneers ("Diesel Smoke") and more.
You can listen to the story here. Listen now and say you remember Carl's Corner, because when all the dust settles in a few months after the renovations planned at the station are completed, it will be known as Willie's Place instead.

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