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Katy preparing coffee for workshop attendees
Beverly cooking on her new Estufa Finca at the APPTA demonstration.
Jane cooking on her new Estufa Finca
Kekoldi Pueblo Stove Workshop
Teaching local women to build estufa Finca stoves.
Viviana Morales leading a Estufa Finca Community biochar workshop
Delivering Estufa Finca stoves to up-river communities.
Laura Roldan bringing a load of biochar down the Sixola
inspecting Joya de Talamanca biochar
Jorge leading a bokashi making workshop in Suretka
Banding a row at the new Kekoldi Pueblo school garden.
Applying biochar in a cacao grove
Viviana Morales leading a Estufa Finca Community biochar workshop
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SeaChar.Org’s global mission is to develop, promote and share positive tools for carbon negative living. Our biochar technology re-invents fire in order to create clean energy and build healthy soils.

SeaChar’s Costa Rica based Estufa Finca Project is saving lives and trees:

Why we should all care about biochar:

Bill McKibben

Photo by Nancie Battaglia

“If you could continually turn a lot of organic material into biochar, you could, over time, reverse the history of the last two hundred years…We can, literally, start sucking some of the carbon that our predecessors have poured into the atmosphere down through our weeds and stalks and stick it back in the ground. We can run the movie backward. We can unmine some of the coal, undrill some of the oil. We can take at least pieces of the Earth and – this is something we haven’t done for quite a while – leave them Better Than We Found Them.”

-Bill McKibben, author, climate activist and founder of