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  • Backyard Biochar
    This site has descriptions of my experiments with Flame Cap Kilns. I also report on work by others.
  • US Biochar Initiative
    I am on the board of the USBI.
  • Umpqua Biochar Education Team (UBET)
    I worked with UBET on a Conservation Innovation Grant from the USDA-NRCS. We helped small farmers learn how to make biochar and use it to manage manure and make premium compost. Visit the UBET site to see the biochar practice guidelines we produced.
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    The main NGO promoting biochar internationally
  • Biochar for Kids
    Here you will find photos, reports and lesson plans I developed for a semester-long biochar curriculum for elementary school students

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April 29, 2010


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Greetings from Brenham Texas USA: Any suggestions for ctnevroing an old BarBQ pit to a kiln? It is brick, 6.5 ft by 4 ft by 2.5 ft tall. The pit will hold 32 cu yds of mass. Before learning about biochar I used it to burn yard trash. Can,t do that now. We are under a burn ban because of the drouth Don,t want to set the county on fire nor make the sheriff unhappy. Thanks for your work and time. Robert

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