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Champion Biochar Stove

 
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From the website:

https://www.dropbox.com/s/kug32y8qypymnzx/Champion%20Biochar%20Stove.png?dl=0

The Champion Biochar Stove is a TLUD stove - Top Lit Up Draft, meaning you start the fire at the top of the biomass and it burns downwards. It is a clean burning and efficient stove that makes biochar - locking carbon in the soil. Great for cooking at home, while camping and for disaster preparedness.

Does anyone know if these are still available or an alternate source of a good premade stove?

Thank you,

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Lots of TLUD stoves on Amazon.  Eg. https://www.amazon.com/SilverFire-Hunter-Chimney-Stove/dp/B00DP8NY34/ref=sr_1_4

But the price is such many people would want to try making their own!
 
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