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Biochar for Sale! / Hugh has biochar for sale:
« on: May 19, 2014, 09:08:10 PM »
250 gal of “CP” (Coarse particle) @ $4/gal
200 gal of “FP: (Fine particle) @ $5/gal
40 gal of 3 mm @ $4/gal
40 gal of A/R (Adam Retort) @ $5/gal
40 gal of ACFox III @ $5/gal
75 gal of ACFox V @ $6/gal
2-10 gal quantities in 13 gal plastic bag or 5 gal pail (+$5)
Drum quantities @ $1 less/gal (drum $25 – returnable)

Email Hugh—>
hsm * at * ACFox * dot * com

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Biochar for Sale! / Got Biochar? (For Sale)
« on: May 02, 2014, 10:36:25 AM »
I've added this board to the pvbiochar.org forum to help connect those looking for biochar with the biochar marketplace.

Have biochar for sale and want people to know about it?  Posting about it here is a good place to start.

To create a new posting, rather than reply to this post, please go to http://pvbiochar.org/forum/index.php/board,54.0.html and click 'New Topic'.

Thanks!

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Jonathan Lash, President, Hampshire College:


Johannes Lehmann, Dept. of Crop and Soil Sciences, Cornell University


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Ethics & Sustainablility:

David Yarrow, Gratitude Prayer


Gloria Flora: Guiding Principles for Biochar


Karen Ribeiro: Harvesting Hope: Sustaining Passion for Your Business

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Thayer Tomlinson, International Biochar Initiative:


Gloria Flora, US Biochar Initiative:


Kelpie Wilson, Wilson Associates:

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This links to a YouTube playlist of videos about biochar, compiled by Karen Ribeiro:

https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLcu6nSPfU7p2HtICwd1W633Sgd58dm-hG

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Thanks to hard work of organizer Karen Ribeiro for editing and posting these!

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Contents of the attached Tentative Schedule .pdf:

Tentative Schedule:
2014 Climate, Energy, Biochar and Agriculture Seminar Series STOCKSCH 491B and STOCKSCH 691B
Thursdays, 4:00pm Chenoweth Lab, Room 113, UMASS AMherst

Jan.23: Seminar introduction and class overview – Stephen Herbert (Hand-out web reference:
http://truth-out.org/news/item/20751-climate-change-2013-where-we-are-now-not-what- you-think )

Jan 30: Climate change and implications for agriculture – Bethany Bradley (Required reading before class: http://www.ucsusa.org/assets/documents/global_warming/exxon_report.pdf )

Feb 6: Climate and energy dependence and agriculture – Stephen Herbert

Feb 13: Chemical properties of biochar – Dick Stein

Feb 20: Pyrolysis, liquid fuels and biochar – Michael Garjian

Feb 27: Science of the removal of endocrine disrupters & herbicide from waste water with biochar – Baoshan Xing

Mar 6: Biochar R&D in Asia and Australia –
Stephen Joseph - Biochar R&D in Asia and Australia
Stephen Joseph and Ted Wysocki

Mar 13: International Biochar Initiative – Thayer Tomlinson

Mar 27: Energy alternatives and constraints – TBA (Panel discussion)

Apr 3: Anaerobic digestion and designing stoves for heat and biochar – Alex DePillis

Apr 10: Integration of solar photovoltaic and biomass power generation on farms (field trip, 89 River Rd, South Deerfield) – Stephen Herbert and Alan Page

Apr 17: Forest management – (Quabbin-Randy Stone), Alan Page

Apr 23: Forest management tour and biochar production – Alan Page, Frank Jeffers, Ted Wysocki, Tom Goreau

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A seminar series on “Climate, Energy, Biochar and Agriculture” will be presented weekly on Thursdays at 4 pm at the University of Massachusetts in Chenoweth Laboratory, Room 113 (Note that Chenoweth Lab is behind Stockbridge Hall, where the seminar series has been held in previous years). The purpose of the series is to consider the role of these environmental factors in agriculture. This may be elected as a UMass course but is open to others at no charge.

The first of these seminars will be on Thursday, Jan. 23 and will be a presentation about the series and an overview by Prof., Stephen Herbert. The following 12 seminars will be by UMass professors and invited speakers who are authorities in these areas.

The complete schedule may be found at the website of the Pioneer Valley Biochar Initiative at http://pvbiochar.org , that of International Biochar Initiative at
http:// www.biochar-international.org or of the UMass Stockbridge School of Agriculture at http://stockbridge.umass.edu under “Course Descriptions” for STOCKSCH 491B and STOCKSCH 691. Further information may be obtained from Prof. Herbert at
sherbert@cns.umass.edu or by phone at 413-545-2250.

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This podcast isn't about biochar, but is a good intellectual analysis of our current local/global financial system and energy consumerism and impending eco[nomic] & eco[logic] bankruptcy.

http://www.thepermaculturepodcast.com/2013/1161/

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Event Announcements / Re: Ju;y 2013 Monthly PVBI Meeting Agenda
« on: July 22, 2013, 09:31:04 AM »
I will be in Michigan so won't be able to make this months meeting.

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Biochar specific / Two great videos featuring Biochar Bob
« on: April 03, 2013, 07:40:55 PM »
Biochar Bob and the Char Alliance:


Biochar Bob Goes to Hawaii

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