Willie Nelson travels on BioWillie fuel



Country music legend Willie Nelson runs biodiesel in his touring bus.

The Bio Willie Web page talks about how the use of biofuel helps reduce America’s dependence on foreign oil while helping American farmers.

If you are interested in finding out where Willie is these days click on: “Willie Nelson: On The Road Again Tour Schedule.”

Image: Singer Willie Nelson poses with a pump for Biodiesel fuel, September 18, 2004 in Seattle, Wash., in this photo provided by Farm Aid. Nelson, along with his business partners, are marketing a brand of clean-burning biodiesel fuel named after the singer to truck stops. The fuel is made from vegetable oils, mainly soybeans or animal fats that can be used without modification to diesel engines. PAUL NATKIN/AP

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