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Our Plants are Growing

In our specially blended composted soil, our starter plants are rapidly growing! Here we have organic spinach plants that will be transplanted into the ground in the next week are so!


Events at The Tetley - charcoal

I had never put on events or organised talks as part of my practice as an artist – I’ve been part of panels, open studios, works in progress talks etc but I had never considered involving other people to talk about their practice as part of my practice. 151 more words


The BackLlar biochar and stoves blog


I welcome you to check out our new blog dedicated to our projects related to microgasification stoves and biochar production!


The Farm (Summertown, TN)

If you are curious about communal living at all, you have probably heard of The Farm. Home of Ida May Gaskin (author of Spiritual Midwifery… 1,204 more words


Soil Banking With Biochar: proposition for a migrating latrine system aimed at permanent soil improvement

“The idea is to have a sort of trench system that would serve both as a latrine, and as a means of permanently improving the soil.”

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Years of Living Dangerously, Biochar, and Water Conservation

This week on Terra Informa we hear from Katie MacKissick, a Californian who tells us why she’s proud of her dry, dead lawn. We also share a discussion on Years of Living Dangerously, Showtime’s new documentary series on the effects of climate change, plus a Ecobabble that gives you the dirt on biochar. 560 more words


Pyrolysis – generating heat, steam, and electricity from organic waste

With the advent of new technologies and processes, treating and converting organic waste into renewable energy has become simpler and more effective. One such technique widely used to convert waste to energy is Pyrolysis. 344 more words