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Orchard clearing - making high quality biochar in cone pit / trench pit method  RSS feed

 
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Part 3 in a series on a clearing being done this winter to expand new orchards and guilds into a managed woodland at the Edible Acres home site in Trumansburg, NY
I'm exploring ways to deepen my understanding of how to generate high quality charcoal quickly and cleanly without any intensive resources.  This style is very promising...
 
I didn't like the taste of tongue and it didn't like the taste of me. I will now try this tiny ad:
five days of natural building (wofati and cob) and rocket cooktop oct 8-12, 2018
https://permies.com/t/92034/permaculture-projects/days-natural-building-wofati-cob
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