BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) - Six projects are getting a total of nearly $390,000 in funding this quarter from the North Dakota Agricultural Products Utilization Commission.

The group funds developers of North Dakota farm products. It's a program of the state Commerce Department. The largest grant this quarter is going to Bio-Sunn of Garrison, which is getting $92,000 to defray costs studying a facility in Walhalla that would manufacture ethanol, methane, flax composites and treeless paper products.