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NEWS FROM COSTA RICA

Art For you 4.30 in the morning, for me 6.30 am. Carolina and I just ran to cover the coffee we have in our small patio and it did not get really wet thankfully . There are around 8 people picking our coffee right now. today is our first day of harvest. The are out […]

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Burkhard Bilger, Annals of Invention, “Hearth Surgery,” The New Yorker, December 21, 2009, p. 84 Read the full text of this article in the digital edition. (Subscription required.) Related Links Video: Three designs for the developing world. Keywords Stoves; Peter Scott; Dale Andreatta; Stove Camp; Third World; Poverty; Environmentalism ABSTRACT: ANNALS OF INVENTION about stovemakers. […]

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Buenos dias from Matagalpa, Nicaragua!  One week into our partnership with Agros International and Groundwork Opportunities, there are promising signs of growth and progress for biochar producing stoves in Central America.  The foundation for an understanding of the soil-improvement potential of biochar and combustion principles of the Anila stove has been laid, and the citizens of Agros´ community of San Jose […]

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On Saturday, August 1, Seachar hosted Dr. Paul Anderson (Dr. TLUD) for an all-day workshop in the construction of Top-Lit Up Draft (TLUD) cookstoves.  The stoves can quickly be constructed from commonly available materials, and produce charcoal while providing heat for cooking (or other uses).  Paul’s TLUD stoves have been tested and shown to produce […]

For those of you who don’t know, SeaChar, or the Seattle Biochar Working Group, is a recently established not-for-profit. Among other projects, we have begun a partnership with Agros International to bring biochar into their Central American communities as part of an integrated development package. In early August I’ll be taking a portable, efficient, pyrolyzing […]

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South Seattle Community College, in partnership with the Seattle Biochar Working Group (SeaChar.org), is hosting a presentation by noted Biochar expert Dr. Paul Anderson at 7 pm on Thursday, July 30.  Dr. Anderson will speak about the role of fuel efficient, clean burning, charcoal producing stoves as a critical response to environmental and health challenges […]

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