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.