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Biochar Action Learning Circle Another world first.

Nature our saviour

World First Biochar action learning circle happened in Blue Knob Hall just outside of Nimbin, NSW Australia on Saturday 23rd of July 2011. This successful event marks a mile stone  in the development of biochar industries and learning. The Blue Knob Hall is no stranger to hosting special events and leading the community in sustainable […]

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I discovered another great use for charcoal last night.

Yesterday I traveled from Kunghur to Murwillumbah for a government sponsored landcare project to give composts to farmers. I was running late and did not have a chance to eat my regular good wholesome food so I stopped at the bistro and was told there was going to be free platters of food brought out […]

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Uki Saw Mill a Biocharians dream come true

Wood Pile from UKI saw mill

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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A Gift from a Neighbour

On Fire

What a funny day. I spent way to much time on the computer trying to interface word-press with facebook. But as I finally made it down to the front paddock before lunch  where I do all my bio-char my neighbour popped over and offered me a Gift. An old council wooden outdoor setting. He said […]

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Charmasters Log Stardate 2010.4

Bio char Black Gold Texas Tea

Today I learnt a new trick with my begginer char Mk1. A formula that will guide everyone and all users need to be aware of. The capacity of the vessel and the level of the stacking of the biostock directly dictates the size of the pit fire. To make things plain and simple todays discovery […]

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