The Resource Regen Campus is committed to building a circular economic model that simultaneously enhances forest health by transforming wood residual and overgrowth into innovative wood-based products and opportunities.

The vision for the Resource Regen campus is to be a hub for world-class innovation, research and product development in energy-intensive industries and manufacturing.

The Resource Regen Campus is located in Loyalton, Calif. on the 212-acre Loyalton cogen power plant property.

The site features a 20MW biomass cogeneration power plant providing on-site power and steam needs.

Since 1845, the property operated a prominent regional sawmill complex, before closing in 2001. The biomass power station remained, and the owners invested significant capital to permit and build a portion of the campus into a business park complete with streets, underground power, water, sewer and connections for future fiber optic internet service.

  • Low-cost, long-term leases designed to enable tenants to make secure investments in offices, manufacturing facilities and related infrastructure
  • Direct-metered cost-competitive renewable electricity supplied directly from the biomass cogeneration plant, as well as steam, hot water, chilled water and R/O water
  • High-capacity fiber optic services
  • A strong, tightly-knit community that is both business- and family-friendly
  • High-quality, locally-sourced food products and a burgeoning farm to table movement
  • Federally Designated HUBZone (Historically Underutilized Business Zone), ensuring preferential access to select government contracts
  • As a designated Opportunity Zone through the new Federal Opportunity Zone Program, businesses can benefit from tax incentives that encourage long-term investment
  • Extraordinary natural beauty of Eastern California, with abundant recreational and outdoor activities