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biochar action learning circle – Update from Charmaster

all the folks at biochar action learning circle

biochar action learning circle – Update. Well the 1st biochar action learning circle is now complete and I find myself reflecting on what has transpired during these six sessions over the last three month’s. My initial thoughts and feelings are. What a great Idea mixing technological innovation with social innovation. I am aware that social […]

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Another great load of Char: Charmasters Log

The begginer char MK I cooled after a night in the rain BLISS

Today is a wonderful day. At last the rain has stopped and the sun is shining brightly I am happy and content as I make my way down to the front paddock where my latest barrel of Bio-char is awaiting my inspection. The beginner char Mk I has been sitting in the rain for the […]

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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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History of biocharproject.org

biocharproject history burn of a beginner char mk1

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 […]

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