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Rocket Stove Workshop in Europe?

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Anyone know of such a workshop coming up any time soon? Preference is the Canary Islands or Spain but will consider further afield.
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You aren't clear about what kind of workshop. Are you interested in rocket stoves for cooking, rocket mass heaters or what? In case of the latter one, do you mean J-tube or batch box?

Early November there will be a workshop to build a batch box rocket mass heater on Mallorca. If everything is going according to plan the instructor would be me, at the moment I am busy with drawings and stuff.
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Oops. I'm interested in building rocket stoves (different sizes) for cooking. At the moment it seems like an indoor version isn't considered safe, so I guess outdoors.
Is the workshop in Majorca using cob or clay? (Is there actually anything else that can be used anyway?)
Would you be interested in running a workshop in the Canaries if there was enough interest?
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