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Here is our current list of workshops that we are teaching at the North House Folk School in Grand Marais MN for this winter. Both of them are 90% full so reserve early if you are interested in taking a class.

Here is the link to the Winter Masonry Mass Heater classes that are being offered.

North House Folk School - Courses, Classes, Workshops

http://www.northhouse.org/courses/courses/course.cfm/cid/231

North House Folk School - Courses, Classes, Workshops
Eric Moshier Masonry heaters originated in Northern Europe where winters were cold and fuel wasn’t always plentiful. The natural response?

View on www.northhouse.org

Masonry Heater Association annual meeting workshop listings
I will be teaching a fairly simple Russian Bell Heater/cookstove combination stove at the MHA annual meeting in April in North Carolina and again at the North House Folk School in May. Here are the links for both of those workshops:
MHA http://www.mha-net.org/annual-general-meeting-2016-registration/ The agenda of workshops is not finalized yet. Last year PeterVan ,Donkey, & Lasse Holms were at our annual meeting discussing current RMH technology.

Here is the May 4-6 Bell Heater/cookstove combo workshop link. This has not posted yet but will in a few days. Its brand new.
http://www.northhouse.org/courses/courses/course.cfm/cid/857

Email me directly if you have any questions at eric@solidrockmasonry.com or visit our website for future workshops at www.solidrockmasonry.com
We are now manufacturing RMH doors for batch burning fireboxes
 
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I agree. Here's the link: http://stoves2.com
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