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Biochar learning camp. 20th Dec 2014.

Biochar learning camp. Folks we had a sensational session on the 20 – 21st December. Highlights are: – Brand new PH – Moisture tester was acquired by synchronicity you know Hill of Abundance style. It is made in Japan no battery works instantly off 3 types of metals and has a life time warranty. Old […]

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Biochar Trial on Industrial Hemp. Kunghur NSW. 2014

Biochar trial on Industrial Hemp farm November 2014. Another fantastic Biochar workshop laid out more trials for the ever increasing knowledge base that is Biochar. This workshop was filled with folks that lived outside the box and this trial shows with their initiative. The location is inside the hill of Abundance garden at Biochar Industries […]

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Biochar training weekend. The Biochar Project way.

Biochar training weekend. Here is the report. For a better understanding please read this previous post Biochar Training, full immersion weekend 29th Nov. On to the juicy bits. Biochar training weekend. AKA Full Immersion Biochar Training boot camp. When someone say from now on “what is Biochar ?” I can tell you these latest 10 […]

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Biochar Training, full immersion weekend 29th Nov.

Biochar Training, full immersion weekend 29th Nov. 2954 Kyogle road Kunghur Northern Rivers NSW. Hello Folks, A long awaited update from Biochar Project Australia / Biochar Industries. We are doing a full immersion biochar training weekend on Saturday the 29th of November. It will be a full weekend and we will be doing the following. […]

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Biochar user Keith Laker.

Biochar user Keith Laker has relayed this story for me to share with the world. Thank you Keith. I first became aware of Biochar through the book “The Biochar Revolution” advertised in the Diggers’ Club website whilst browsing for vegetable seeds to buy. http://biocharproject.org/tutorial/what-is-bio-char/ http://www.biochar-international.org/biochar Biochar is charcoal created by burning biomass (wood, bushcuttings, sugar cane […]

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Biochar in Brisbane, Queensland. BOGI with Dr Wildman

Biochar in Brisbane thanks to Dr Paul Wildman, Bush Mechanic and Apprentice Charmaster. On September the 4th 2014. At Brisbane Organic Growers Inc. I had the pleasure of watching a fantastic presentation on Biochar. In a room filled with well over 250 people Dr Paul Wildman gave a riveting address. Why was I so excited […]

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Do you want to be a Charmaster ?

Charmaster, The master of Biochar and how do you become one. This post will explain what Charmaster Dolph Cooke has taken five years to develop so you may quickly skip the mistakes and learn the core needed to form the planetary help party. Charmaster is a word like no other. “Charmaster” denotes a master craftsmen. […]

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Biochar project Australia selected as host for Terraedan.

Biochar project Australia. We are a well known environmental training ground. We strive for enhancing our planet whilst making our footprint smaller. We are based out in a huge forest at Kunghur. About 15klm to Uki and 30 klms from Nimbin. We have been selected to host this years TerraEdan Biotecture’s eco home making training […]

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Menshed Men take up the challenge of biochar.

Menshed men are the next big thing in the front line of spreading the word about Biochar. Everyone remembers how I first got involved with the menshed right ? If not read here. Well on the 6th of April 2014 I traveled up to Nunda in Queensland to bring the men of the menshed first […]

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Moxham biochar unit users guide

Moxham biochar unit users guide 2014 by charmaster Dolph Cooke . Here it is folks the long awaited users guide for the Moxham biochar unit. This PDF will give you all the information you need to make and run your very own Moxham biochar unit. WHY the MOXHAM ?  Farm scale. Cheap. Huge Yeilds. No complicated […]

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