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A pic of the book biochar revolution

biochar learning circle debut. World first.

Biochar Learning Circle World’s first.

A biochar learning circle will be held on Saturday the 2nd of July 2011. We are looking for a central venue between Murwillumbah and Nimbin Northern NSW.

Stay tuned for the venue.

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Learning Circles logo

Biochar Learning Circles has been created by Dr Paul Wildman, PhD. Extensive practical concepts compiled by Charmaster Dolph Cooke.

With text from the Australian Biochar Book by Dr Paul Taylor, PhD.

This scientifically tested method of learning will be the fastest way for you to integrate biochar and its benefits into your body of knowledge.

Learning circles go for a period of 6 – 12 weeks  with meetings weekly or fortnightly. This depends on the participants.

This very first Biochar Learning Circle will be offered at a discounted rate. $70.00 for the Book,DVD’s, Learning circle guide booklet, the facilitator.
$10.00 each time we meet to cover hall / facilitator travel etc.

What you get.

The Biochar Learning Circles manual booklet.

A dvd of Geoff Moxham’s last public workshop.

A dvd of the latest biochar workshop at Uki.

The Biochar Revolution Book.

Access to Biochar Industries Biochar education centre Kunghur.

Biochar learning circles facilitators Paul Wildman and Dolph Cooke.

At each session you will be integrating knowledge at your own speed. You will have the chance to ask questions / give advice / share insights with other like minded people. The friendly atmosphere and the life experience of the other participants will help you quickly comprehend what biochar is all about.

From beginner to world expert there are huge learning benefits for everyone.

Biochar is being hailed the world over for its many extraordinary benefits.
Climate change, Waste management, Alternative fuels, Agricultural inputs and many other cutting edge environmental aspects.

Please email your intentions to attend to dolph@biocharproject.org subject Biochar Learning Circles 1st event.

Biochar Industries Kunghur NSW is dedicated to making education easily accessible to everyone. Through our unique sustainable and holistic approach.
Our goal is to let the truth be known on all aspects of our Industry and to use education as a tool to better our planet.

Step 13. Build the wall up past the washer body by 1 and a half bricks

Geoff Moxam’s Rising Phoenix Biochar Kiln…A How to do.

Geoff Moxam the man who set me on a course to freedom via Biochar. His website www.bodgershovel.com is his lasting legacy for us all and he has spawned countless protege’s to carry on his work. Today I am showing and telling all I know about the building of one of Geoff’s kilns. Without further a do Ladies and Gentelman I give you the Rissing Phoenix.

Thank you  for looking at the rising phoenix biochar kiln designed by the late Geoff Moxam.

Charmaster Dolph

 

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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 garden was full of people as the Markets were on. I felt like I was in some asian country where people and motorbikes dodge each other.

Once inside I met up with some really nice friends whom all tried to side track me from the real issue in some way shape or form but I was there really for one reason which was BIOCHAR and its implementation into our future.

Here are some really nice shots I took and I have video footage that is being rendered by a friend so it should be up soon.

I found out by talking to the head of the pod Rameshwar that the kiln you see below is part of the reminants of the late Geoff Moxam’s project 540 so I was delighted to know geoff had a big following.

Some more shots of the garden a quick trip to the compost toilet and off I went on my journey back home. The whole day took about 4 hours.

Here is the link to the Mullumbimby Community Garden Biochar pod pages wow what a mouthful.

biocharproject history burn of a beginner char mk1

History of biocharproject.org

Biocharproject history

This site is a direct result of the passionate teaching of my mentor the late Geoff Moxham. He imparted to me two valuable attributes one was “be passionate about it” the other was “Suck it and see” To see what legacy he has left to the biochar world please visit his site which is being maintained by donations.

www.bodgershovel.com

My niche is empowerment. I will relentlessly pursue the adoption of biochar for the good of all mankind.

Dolph Cooke

Update over 1 year has past now and if you quickly look over my site you will see I have had some biocharproject fun. I never dremt that I would one day be involved in createing a biochar industry or I would be instramental in developing a new learning concept. Time has flown and I just keep getting more passionate about biochar. Lets see where all this leads will update again in another year. History