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biochar weekend workshop - april 8-9, 2017 - Orcas Island  RSS feed

 
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BIOCHAR WEEKEND WORKSHOP - APRIL 8 - 9
ORCAS ISLAND, WA at Orcasong Farm

DETAILS & TICKETS AT:  https://www.orcasongfarm.org/biochar-workshop


This weekend will take you through the science and latest research on biochar, but also get you skilled up on all the necessary steps
to create a biochar burner, create the char, inoculate it with beneficial micro-organisms, and apply it to the garden.  

Join <a href=https://www.orcasongfarm.org/biochar-workshop>forest ecologist Carson Sprenger</a> and <a href=https://www.orcasongfarm.org/biochar-workshop>biochar reseacher Kai Hoffman-Krull </a> for a hands-on, deep dive into the science and applications
of biochar on the farm and homestead.

Camp out at Orcasong Farm for the weekend with meals included.


DETAILS & TICKETS AT:  https://www.orcasongfarm.org/biochar-workshop



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Cool...if I wasn't on the wrong side of the continent I'd be there!  Good going with this.
 
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If anyone on my side of the continent can't make Orcas Island and are interested in Biochar I'll be giving an afternoon talk/hands on session (i.e. talk explaining why you want it/how to use it followed by demo to learn first hand how to make your own) in Maine on May 21st.  Details/signup coming soon on the Seacoast NH Permaculture Meetup website.  All are very welcome to my home and all will leave with a small sack of Biochar.
 
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