Biochar Basics
with Charmaster Dolph Cooke from
Biochar Industries

When : 28th may at 9:00am…
Where : Bio Organic Farm
2 Boulder Byangum NSW 2484
Duration : 3 hours
Cost : $15.00 per person.
Contact : Zehavit & Avi

E: T: +61 2 6672 7078

You will learn –
• How to make Biochar
• How to condition Biochar
• Some of Biochar’s amazing properties
• How to create your own free kiln
• About Biochar Learning Circles locally
• Hands on practical applications for Biochar

Plus get to have your questions answered over a cuppa and a fire whilst networking with likeminded farmers and gardeners

Charmaster Dolph Cooke


John McLaughlin explaining Biochar at Biomass Day sponsored by The Vermont Wood Pellet Co

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Spring Grower Gathering, David Yarrow April, 2010

Spring Grower Gathering

How to Make and Use Biochar

Sponsored by Transition Town Great Barrington (MA)


Climate change conference in Canada - Engineering Institute of Canada
Duane Pendergast, January 18, 2008

Dear Colleagues,

I'm participating in the organization of a conference which I think provides many opportunities for you to bring forth your ideas and research on terra preta. I've attached the Call for Papers. This is the second conference on climate change hosted by the Engineering Institute of Canada. The overall scope of the first one is still posted on the Internet.

As chair of the policy track for the predecessor conference, I did bring the use of charcoal in soil to the attention of participants in one of the best attended sessions.

My presentation there, with notes, is at:
Energy, the Carbon Cycle, and Enduring Greenhouse Gas Management

It is based on my related paper which is linked from the terra preta website.

'Managing the Carbon Cycle'
KATANNING, Western Australia 21-22 March 2007

VENUE: Katanning New Lodge, 172 Clive St, Katanning


Canadian conference on "Greenhouse Gases: Mitigation and Utilization" 8-12 July 2007
Duane Pendergast, February 16, 2007

I recently received a conference notice of potential interest to Terra Preta researchers and developers.

The conference scope provides for papers on the carbon balance, CO2 sequestration in soil and biomass, mitigation of N2O and methane, enhanced agriculture and forestry, regulatory frameworks for carbon capture and
storage and science for policy development and public understanding.

CHEMRAWN-XVII and ICCDU-IX Conference on GREENHOUSE GASES Mitigation and Utilization
8-12 July 2007 Kingston, Ontario, Canada


Chicken Litter Project & Potential of TP Sequestration
Erich J. Knight, Shenandoah Gardens, February 6, 2007

A professor at Virginia Tech will be starting a pilot project at a poultry farm near me next month.


Please contact me if any of you are interested in joining me on a field trip to Dayton VA. to see Dr. Foster A Agblevor's chicken litter pyrolysis project.


Stove Building Workshop
May 21st, 2011

Join SeaChar and the staff at West Seattle's Village Green Perennial Nursery
for a very special event
Saturday May 21st, 10am -6pm at the Village Green Perennial Nursery

Biochar is charcoal created from dry organic waste materials. Amended to our soils it gives all of us a way to combat climate change by storing long lasting fixed carbon in our gardens or yards. Learn how to make your garden carbon negative and climate friendly, while building healthy soil.

For a $45 donation build and take home a five gallon "GARDEN MASTER Stove".
This gardener's version of our "ESTUFA FINCA" Central America cook-stove, makes clean heat and soil building biochar from your garden and yard wastes.
All tools and materials for building this stove will be provided.


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