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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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Biochar Action Learning Circle Another world first.

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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Biochar Learning Circles Launched by Biochar Industries

What a great day for a new paradigm shift. Today at a closed meeting of the core group of BiocharIndustries it was announced that project Biochar Learning Circles was complete and ready for active duty. Dr Paul Wildman PhD has put in many hours of effort coupled with many years of industry experience together with […]

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Kunghur Group on Virge of commercial reality. Kunghur Group aka Biochar Industries.

Today I picked up the local paper and smack bang on the second page is a big article about Biochar. How wonderful we are really making waves now and I am glad to say what I have been working on namely Biocharindustries was also given a mention a somewhat obscure one at that. I know […]

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Castle on the Hill Biochar Event.Sunday April 3 2011

Biochar; Transforming agriculture and the Environment Workshop with: Paul Taylor The Biochar Revolution – what is Biochar, its importance to the environment, the new natural soil activator and fertiliser Biochar Demonstration: Two-barrel backyard biochar maker Plus Paul Wildman Local Economic Self Sufficiency –  Putting Biochar in the context of a resilient community economy.   Where: […]

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