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Rocket Mass Heater Workshop - July 25, 26, Clark Fork, Idaho

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Location: North Idaho, West Montana
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More later, but for now here is the basic information. Please feel free to call or text with Questions.

Back by popular demand
Rocket Mass Heater Workshop Taught by Sjang van Daal
2-day course
with hands-on training July 25-26, 2015 Bountiful Adventures Permaculture Center in the mystical land of Clark’s Forkia, ID
The rocket stove or rocket mass heater is a very efficient, clean and cheap way to heat your house. In this workshop you will learn to build one yourself.
Sjang van Daal has a Masters degree in engineering and teaches individuals and communities from all over the world to safely build rocket mass heaters as an alternative to the traditional wood stove.
Cost:$195, including two lunches (Breakfast and Dinner will be communal meals.)
Accommodations: Free camping, Motel 2 miles away. Participants may arrive Friday afternoon and set up
Registration is limited. For more information contact Ken at 208-550-3134 or Bountiful Adventures, Clark Fork ID 83811

Those are the largest trousers in the world! Especially when next to this ad:
A rocket mass heater is the most sustainable way to heat a conventional home
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