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02/10/2015

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Robert W. Gillett

I'm also doing a demo of home- and farm-scale budget biochar methods in my hometown, Lusby, MD on 21 March 2015. Anyone with a biochar-making device is welcome to request space to join.

http://www.eventbrite.com/e/outdoor-biochar-making-demonstraton-tickets-15594346109

Jim

Aloha Kelpie,
I enjoyed the day with you and others, many with Maui connections too. Very informative and a great combination between lecture, hands-on and the ability to talk among each other and benefit from all the knowledge everyone brought to the day. Look forward to more such events.
Jim Hall
EmpowerMaui
www.scoop.it/t/BioChar

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