I've been lead here via The Survival Podcast, poked around a bit, and thought I'd throw out a question.
The home I purchased about a year ago came with a Tarm Wood Gassification furnace. This indirectly provides heat through the forced hot air system and heats the hot tank as well. We have oil as a backup, but work hard to not hear that oil burner sound kick in (so we barely use any oil in the winter). Problem is, we burn through a lot of wood. Probably a good 4-5 cords so far this winter. I was wondering is there is any way our current system could take advantage of the rocket stove technology and reduce our wood use. So far, the best I can do is start stacking the wood upright to get that rocket type burn. Any ideas would be welcome! Thanks!