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A night with the Sphinx by BiocharIndustries

Biochar Industries hosted a public show and tell to help everyone get up to speed with Biochar. Here we are at Sphinx Rock Cafe @ Mt Burrell Northern NSW…

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Taking Biochar to the world 1 show at a time

MURWILLUMBAH 110th Annual Show Friday 5th till Saturday 6th November 2010. I was there and I met some amazing people everyone sharing their own insights to why biochar is the way of the future. It really pleases me that people are actually embracing this ancient technology and I recon about 0.05% of the people at […]

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Where in the world is Biochar Project Now ?

I wake up daily now in many fun places as I harden up for life on the road ala biochar style. As you all know I am on a crusade around Australia to teach the farmers and the up and coming adults all about the benefits of biochar. Here are a few pictures of things […]

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Taking Biochar to a whole new level.

Taking biochar to a whole new level. My Goals have changed a lot since I wrote this post. I will update them now. 10-4-14 Goals 1. Have 100 people or more using my biochar “Beginers model” by the end of 2010. I have further refined my biochar methods and have come up with the awesome […]

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Uki Saw Mill a Biocharians dream come true

UKI SAW MILL Today a friend and I went on a MAN tour of our local sawmill. It was such a great place. Some of the fattest logs I have ever seen where getting cut in half by the biggest saw blade I had ever seen. This place is fantastic from more than one perspective. […]

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Mullumbimby Community Garden and the biochar pod

What a beutiful day it has turned out to be as I choofed off on my honda postie bike for the 30 minute journey South to the Mullumbimby Community Garden and the biochar pod they have set up there. The first suprise I got was the little lane that precedes the entrance to the community […]

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