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came into being as a result of charmaster Dolph Cooke being completely hypnotised by the late great Biochar granddaddy of Australia Geoff Moxham and the entire new world Geoff had created images of in his presentation of Biochar made at the castle on the hill in UKI NSW Australia.

Dolph Cooke reminisces “I remember saying to my best friend upon reading the advertisement in the echo on Geoff’s workshop. What the hell is Biochar? at which we both laughed as we said we better go find out its only $30.00”

Biochar Project is also involved in setting up the Biochar Industries at Kunghur NSW Australia and this is where the current headquarters are based.

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Po Box 3189 UKI NSW 2484 Australia for postal.
Misty Mountain / Mebbin Plantation 2954 Kyogle rd Kunghur NSW 2484 Australia Physical address of biocharproject.

No landline out in the forest we have tried various ways to get phones going out here but it is not working out. Email is very best way to contact us.
dolph@biocharproject.org

Mobile phone works only in town but it is 0424670787
Skype works out in the forest motobikewreckers is the skype name or look for BioCharProject.

Email dolph@biocharproject.org

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  • Helen Y Margolies May 16, 2011, 1:09 am

    I like your goals, been making biochar in a reused metal drum. Stumbled on some info from Japan- they made charcol in firepits dug in the ground. When my drum [dies], I am going to dig one.
    Good lock, Helen

  • Charmaster Dolph May 16, 2011, 5:53 am

    Excellent stuff the world really needs more people like you Helen, Can you take photos of what you do and a little story and I will feature you on my blog. It is always great to see other people doing Biochar.

    Charmaster Dolph

  • David Gibble July 6, 2011, 10:58 pm

    I am delighted to have found this biochar community. I am a masonry heater builder and farmer in South Carolina (USA) dealing with worn out soil and limited means as well as physical disability from a stroke. We have an abundance of surplus firewood created by recent storms in our heavily wooded part of the state. I already have an outdoor “rocket heater” built of salvaged brick which I can modify for pyrolysis and biochar production. The advantage of brick and soapstone (steatite) over metal vessels may be longevity. Our main crop of blueberries requires a low soil PH which could be adversely affected by adding charcoal. So we will begin with the compost bin for our raised bed vegetable gardens to try our hand at “terra forming.”

  • Charmaster July 8, 2011, 8:51 pm

    Hello David,
    So glad you found us as well mate. If you want to write me up your story with photos I am happy to put you on our website as a member who has a project.

    Thanks for your kind words

    Charmaster Dolph Cooke

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  • John njine January 19, 2017, 11:17 pm

    Im from kenya and researching on biochar.i’m delighted to have come across this biochar community on biocharproject.org.I would appreciate if you can send me more information with images and videos on biochar making using simple equipment like the used Drum.I believe this is one of the cures of overcoming hunger in africa. i believe later i will post my successful story here.keep up all the best

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